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ENTRE NOUS 




^Year Bool of 

HOWARD COLLEGE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
VOLUME XV 












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^o present the college 
year in a way so as to 
recall the associations, 
happy hours, activities, 
and proud achievements 
of the college and her 
students, has been the 
endeavor of the 1929 
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Contents 

^he Qlasses 

cAthletics 

Organizations 

fraternities 

features 

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Dedication 



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1929 Sntre J\(pus 

is lovingly dedicated 



to 



Our e^YCothers 



"cAll that I am or hope to be, 
1 owe to my darling mother:" 

— cAbraham Lincoln. 


















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T>. John Q. Uawson 

President 

\H'e has gained the admiration, respect, and love of every student; 

his efforts for the past twenty-six years have been unceasing 

toward the realization of a greater toward. 







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% has an unchanging loyally to the >vhoo/ and svm/wrhi/ri.: 

irit«.'7v<t m [(>. \7d\- cugnrfjij crujrming personality and 

uplifting ideals have ewr inspired us. 









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THE ■ ENTRE ■ NOUS * OF • TWENTY - NINE 




Front row — Lohr, Burns, Day, Johnson, Sampey, 
Second row — Acton. Alexander, Haynes, Barnctt, 



Dawson, Brakefleld, M. B.. Brakefield. J. L. 
Jones, Eagles, Mosely, Greer. 



Administration and Faculty 









Hul-Cee M. Acton, Ph.D. 

Professor of Romance Languages. 

Richard L. Alexander, A.B. 

Instructor in History. 

Clarence A. Balof, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

William H. Bancroft, A.B. 

Instructor in Athletics. 

Paul Barnett, A.B. 

Instructor in Economics. 

Ora D. Bohannon, A.B. 

Instructor in Modern Languages. 

William E. Bohannon, A.M. 

Director of Summer School and Professor of 
Education. 

Marie Post 

Librarian. 

Annie B. Boyett, A.M. 
Instructor in Public Speaking and Debate. 

James Luther Brakefield, A.M., Ph.D. 
li.ad of Department of. Biology and Pharmacy. 

Marion Buck Brakefield, A.B. 
Social Director. 

Percy P. Burns, A.M. 
Dean of College, Professor of English. 

Oscar S. Causey, A.B. 
Assistant Professor of Biology, Dean <u' Mir. 

James H. Chapman, A.M., Tu.M. 
Professor of Religious Education. 

E. E. Cox, A.B. 
Supervisor of Practice Teaching. 

Roy A. Crouch, Ph.D. 
Professor of Secondary Education. 



John C. Dawson, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. 

President. 

L. O. Dawson, A.B., D.D. 

Professor of Bible and Church History. 

Horace Calvin Day, A.M., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Biology. 

Paul deLaunay, A.B., Lic.Mus., Doc.Mus. 

Professor ot French and Director of Music. 

James Edgar Dillard, A.M., D.D., LL.D. 

Lecturer in Religious Education. 

James Edgar Dillard, Jr., A.B. 

Instructor in English, Director of Band. 

Chester C. Dillon, A.B. 

Athletic Director. 

J. J. Duncan 
Instructor in Pharmacy 

Theophilus R. Eagles, A.M. 
Vice-President, Professor of Mathematics. 

Ernest E. Epley, A.B. 
Instructor in Romance Languages. 

James K. Greer, A.M., Ph.D. 
Head of History Department. 

W. M. Hartin, A.M., Tu.M. 

Assistant Professor of History. 

French Haynes, A.M. 

Dean of Women. Associate Professor of English. 

Annabel Hendon 

Secretary to the President. 

James H. Hendricks, A.B., Th.B.. D.D. 
Professor of Economics. 

George W. Hess, A.M., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics. 








Front i ■■« Bohanni 

i: Thli 1 ro« I Mlard, Martin, Bala 1 1 



Administration and Faculty 



Lotto Johnson 

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Ik \\m is 1'. I ISS1 n k. A.M. 

\ii~. ni • . 1918 I 

\v. K. Little, Ph.C. 
Loi is w. ! ohr, A.B., M.B.A. 

\.-.. lati Profcssol o E 

Henri m. Martin, A.M.. Ph.D. 

Pi ioi ol Spanish. 

Augustus ii. Mason, ah.. Docteur n't s\ 

VI KM I I 

English. 

Ani>ii n Mattison 

Ion. 

(Ik\ii wi MOSI i ^. AH.. A.M. 
[nsti ii. t..r iii < 'h. m 

l"ua P. \K I \m . A.H. 
Instructor In A( Mi I 

Louis K. Oppitz, A.M.. Ph.D. 

J. E. Km in kmi i 
iii-irii. tor iii Journalism. 

John K. Sampey, .Ik.. S.M.. Ph.D. 

D. 0. Sim 1 1 ii 

William M. Hiomas, A.M.. Ph.D. 

I wti - Ai m W \kii. AH.. MIL 

FRFIi ('.. WtECAND 
Instructor in Violin. 



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MAMIE MELL SMITH HALL 



IN APPRECIATION 

A. D. SMITH 

WHO HAS MADE POSSIBLE THE ERECTION OF THE 

MAMIE MELL SMITH HALL 

THE DORMITORY FOR THE GIRLS OF HOWARD 
COLLEGE 







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CLASSES 




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1861-1928 

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1 909- 1 928 

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IN MEMORIAM 




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Senior Class Officers 

John Will c ; \ > . Ik President 

Clifton 1I\kki- Via President 

Marcarbi B\-> Secretary 

Nanci Elgin Treasurer 

S\K\ C'l KNINCHAM Itistntuui 

Hii i ii I i Lia Prophet 

Mildred Golson Poet 

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NINE 










Senior Class 



Virginia Franklin Actox, A.B. 
b n e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

"Of all the joys I can recall, being in love is best of 
all." ' 



Mary Ruth Adams, A.B. 
* M, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Sigma Sigma Kappa, Vice-President (3). President (4); 

Freshman Commission (1); Swimming Club (3, 4); Tennis 

Club, Treasurer (2), Vice-President (3); Allied Arts Club 

(1, 2, 3, 4). 

"Many a rose lives to blush at the price the florist 
gets for it." 



Bertha Almgrex, B.S. 
a z 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Feature Section (3). 

"There are three kinds of men — good, bad, and 
Howard." 



Marietta Alper, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Great men are seldom misquoted in print, but it's 
charitable to think they are." 



Anna Adelene Austin. A.B. 
a z 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 

Randolph-Macon i", 4). 

"All the big nations have agreed not to go to war, so 

they arc now building war-ships to give the s;iilnr> 

a ride." 









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M \Ki. \KI I 15 \ss \ r> 

\ A II 

BIRMINCH VM, \i \. 



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• people .u<- -. ceremonious thej <.m make .1 
speech oul ol calling theii H001 in an elevator." 



I \ioGi \ 1 Bates, A.B. 

BIRMINCH \M. M \. 

n ,u .1 .1 udson 1 lamp 1 . 

"A jazi band i- .1 comfort on ilu- radio. You can't 
tell which pan is static" 



\'i 1 d \ Ci utissi Bates, A.B. 

BIRMINCH \M. M \. 

Allied An- Club • .!-. Club 

I iti is an aquatic meet— some swim, some ilritt, some 
backwater, some float, and the rest — sink." 



Hi rn \ri» Bi \mi\ . A.B. 

DECATI K. \I \. 

"It pays in be square — I'mk .11 the cross-word puzzle." 



C.nu I). Bell, B.S. 

11 r ♦, 1 r 

\M>\I I -I\. \I \. 

Birmingham News Scholarship; President 

11); \ iati Bdltoi 

denl Co in. II: T. M. 1 \ 1 

Buslm 

N ' • " ~ Bl 1 

U h Club I 
"Kritr, NOUS" 1 ' 1 . I mi. ■ '... -if, . hli 

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Sigma ITpslloo (4); Edltor-ln-CI (4); 

Howard i lorn spondi at "A 

Wlicis Whii ' Id 

"On being asked what made him bald, he said: M> 

hair.' " 






















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Osce M. Bextley, B.A. 

LUVERNE, ALA. 

Glee Club (1, 2, 4); President Glee Club (2), Director 
(4); Basketball (2); Band Drum Major (1, 2); Parade 



Committee (1, 
Team (2, 3); 
Revue (2, 3), 



4); Allied Arts Club (1, 2. 4); Tennis 
Tennis Club (1, 2); Director Sigma Xu 
Assistant Director (1); "Crimson" Staff 
Beau Brummel" 



(2, 3); Who's Who "Beau Brummel" (4). 
"When I am sad I sing, and others are sad with me.' 



David Booker, A.B. 

2 A X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the 
best of men." 



Cora Irene Briggs, A.B. 
x A * 

ASHEVILLE, X. C. 
Anderson College, S. C; Ruthian Club (4). 

"Hospitals are places where people who are run down 
wind up." 



J. D. Browx . A.B. 

CUBA, ALA. 

"Live and learn; die and forget it." 



Nell Burxs. A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Alabama College (It: Allied Arts Club (2, 3. 4); Tennis 
Club (2, 3); Glee Club (3); Violin Orchestra (2, 3, 4); 
Honor Roll; Hypatia. Treasurer: Chairman Senior In- 
vitation Committee; V. YV. C. A. Pianist (3, 4). 

"Perhaps the psychologists who say there is no such 
thing as pain have never listened to psychologists." 













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liable to hit someone." 






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Honor Roll: 


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Corresponding Becretary (4). 




"Smile- and the 


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wrinkle your 


face." 








THE ' ENTRE • NOUS - OF - TWENTY - NINE 



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William Paul Cates, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Honor Roll (1); Scientific Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-Presi- 
dent (3), President (4); Glee Club (3); Chemistry As- 
sistant (2, 3); Physics Assistant (4); Math Club (3). 

"Everyone is ignorant — only on different subjects." 



Dorothy Platowsky Childress, A.B. 

B * A, X A 4>, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

'Crimson" Staff (3); "Entre Nous" Staff (4); Pan-Hel- 
lenic (2). 

'Fools rush in where signs say, Stop, Look and Listen." 



Louise Church, A.B. 
<p M, B n e, s s K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Beta Pi Theta Secretary (4): Sigma Sigma Kappa, Re- 
porter (4); Vice-President Freshman Commission (1); 
Tennis Club (2); Allied Arts Club; Phillips-Howard Club; 
Honor Roll (1); Pan-Hellenic (3); Hypatia President; 
Swimming Club. 

"When youth calls to youth it means a lot of extra 
business for the telephone company." 



Dwight Burton* Clark, B.S. 
n K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Football (2, 3, 4); Basketball (3. 4); Baseball (2, 3, 4^: 
H Club; Who's Who "Huskiest Athlete" (1). 

"Paul Revere did his broadcasting with one plug." 



Eva Clark, A.B. 

B A 2 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

'The man who got disgusted hanging to a strap is now 
going crazy looking for a parking place." 




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1 1 1 i.n Jack Clark B.S 

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Nowadays, ever) lime ilir phone rings, .1 man must 
in .111 himscll t" ^.u N 

EDN I COCOW1TCH, \ B. 

1 1 Is 
0\ KNBI ins. I I V. 

W. C A 

\ — xil is always proud ol hei hat, until the meets 
another uirl with one on which is more freakish." 



W. I.. I'm Mi'i 1 k B. \. 

1 r 

BBSS) Ml K. \l \. 

1] \- 

Pi • gldenl Men's 1 ' auncll (4); 

Sigma Upallon - iln< bs Man- 

"When pleasure and duty conflict, let your conscience 
he your guide." 

S \K \ CtJNN INCH \ u. A.B. 

B I A. \ A *, 1 1 K 

BUM INCH \M. U \. 

Chi Delta Phi, i Student Qi 

in. in I'r. sldenl • 1 1 . N . W. 



■ 11. Hypal Pai 

H Roll il 

ESntre Nous 



■ Mill. 
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mlttei 11 Degree; Hlstoi Ian 

1 '■> err is human, to admit it is foolish." 



Charles Gordon Dobbins, A.B. 

CAMDEN, M \. 

Student Body 
dent (2); Studi I 

Sigma I 1 
■ nt Omega Alpha • 
1 • Prince 
.■ration (J); Freahm 11 Who"! 

Who, "Most Ukabli ■ .. Uosl Friendly" ... m ■ 
Popular Boy" (4) "Best All-roui (4); Editor 

■Ini " ■ 1 .. 

A word ot advice — don't give it." 







ENTRE • NOUS • OF ■ TWENTY - NINE 










Senior CI 



ass 



Frummie Dorfman, A.B. 

2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

"The headless horseman was a myth, but the headless 
motorist is a stark reality." 



Edwin L. Dorster, B.S. 

A A T 
GRACEVILLE, FLA. 

"Give the younger generation enough rope and it will 
keep on skipping." 



Clyde Dotsox, A.B. 

PROCO, ALA. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Student Mission Band; 

Ministerial Association; Delegate to Student Volunteer 

Convention, Detroit (3); Student Volunteer. 

"The brighter vou are the more vou have to learn." 



Nancy Ducworth Elgin, A.B. 

A Z, X A * 

SUMMIT, ALA. 

Maid, Southern-Howard Game (1, 2): Freshman Com- 
mission (1); Sigma Nu Revue (1, 2); Junior Class Sec- 
retary (3); Secretary Student Body (3); "Crimson" Staff 
(2); "Entre Nous" Staff (1); Treasurer Senior Class (4); 
Parade Committee (1); Honor Roll (1. 2); French Club 
(1); History Club (3); Hynutiu; Allied Arts Club. 

"A Bostonian is an American, broadly speaking." 



Ethel Thelma Ellis. B.S. 

A Z, 2 i: K, X A $ 

MOBILE, ALA. 

Glee club (2. 31; Dramatic Club (2, 8); Student Mis- 
sion Band (2. 3): Tennis Club (2. S) ; Basketball (2); 
Swimming Club (8); House President Women's Student 
Government (3); Parade committee (8, 4); "Crimson" 
Staff (2, ::. 4); Scientific society (4); "Entre Nous" staff 
(2, 3); Vice-President Junior class (3); Prophet Senior 
Class (4); Allied Arts Club (2. 3, 4 ) ; Who's Who (2, 3 I ; 
Associate Editor "Literary Magazine" (4). 



'Optimism is worry on a spree." 

















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rHOMAs Edwin Ellis, \ B. 

\ \ i . \ 

INNISTON, \l \. 

. 

t . . Sill. I. I.I 

M 
'Worrj in \ 1 1 accomplished anything worth while." 



1 1 1 RBI K i M. ETH BRIDGE, A. 15. 

C.KI i w II 1 1, \i \. 

Allied I 

■ 

\\ ha 'liit. • :. 1 1. 

"Then he would talk. \r gods! How he would talk!" 



Edri s Nanetti 1 \kki i i . A.M. 

2 2 K 

BIRMINGH \M, \l \. 

Ql< • Club (1.1 ■ B S. 1 (I I) B uucetball (S); 
Blgma Blama Kappa Vlc< President (4), 

"Creative work — filling out an expense account." 



J. I). Farrington, A.B. 

II K A. \ i: A 

ATHENS, U \. 

Sclent 1 1 : t. anls Club (1, I 

Lab v~- ii. Pan-Hi ll< nlc i i 

"It's all right to begin at the bottom, except when 
you're learning to swim." 



R m Bi r\ J. Fishi k. A.B. 

t» K N 

CI I I M IN, \l \. 

ill > i i . r ball (1); Band 

dent Sophomon 

Heller - ~. ,,,i, nl 

Council (S); Football (8, I); v If. i \. Cabinet 
II Club, Ti \ 

Prealdent Student Bod) 

"Mj heart is ulio'e, mj t.uii \ free. Cln 'waj little co- 
eds, don't bother me." 










THE • ENTRE ■ NOUS ' OF - TWENTY - NINE 





Senior Class 



Ralph Brown Flood, A.B. 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

Cumberland College; B. Y. P. U., President (1); Min- 
isterial Club, President (1): Mission Band; Honor 
Roll (1). 

"With the compacts, fountain pens and cigarette 
lighters, life is just one refill after another." 



Ralph S. Foster, A.B. 
2 N, A E A 

LUVERNE, ALA. 

Scientific Society; Alpha Epsilon Delta Vice-President 

(4); -'Crimson" Staff (3); "Entre Nous" Staff (4); Glee 

Club (3, 4); Student Council (3, 4). 

"Smile if it kills you and you'll die with a grin on 
your face." 



Kenneth P. Fuller, A.B. 

2 N 

DEMOPOLIS, ALA. 

Pan-Hellenic (3, 4); Glee Club Manager (4). 
"Everybody's crazy but me and thee ; and thee's a 
little off." 



John Garon Galloway, A.B. 

fi A 

ALEXANDER CITY, ALA. 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2); Omega Alpha Secretary (4). 

"The habitual grouch is another cross-word puzzle we 
can't solve." 



Hollis Garrard, B.S. 

2 A X, A E A 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Band il. 2, 3); Symphony Orchestra (2, 3); Tenuis Club; 

Honor Roll; Allied Arts club; Scientific Society (1, 2, 3); 

Commencement Recital (1). 

"The nice thing about being a surgeon is that you can 
make short cuts to riches." 



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John G arreti U.S. 

B K N 

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.1 woman's mouth ind >lu-' 1 1 i.ilk through hei 

HUM-." 



Jon \ Win Gay, Jr., \ ,B 

II K I 
M m rSBORO, M \. 

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Sophomori \ 

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Lo\ . . i v .11. 

A Stitch in lime vnc> buying .1 new suit.'' 



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1 I \. B II t». Ilk 

B1RMINGH \M, M \. 

i > . 1 . u C v • iblnel (4) 
Honoi Roll . "Enl re 1 

"Strange that the rising generation i* never up till 
noon." 



M u ri\ i I "nil i. ( rIPSON, A.B. 

A A II 

ILBERTYILLE, VIA. 

Worn in's • W. C. A. I rouni il ■ I ■ . 

\lli.. I Arts 

Mi:'.' M .- \: 

"Life, libert} and the pursuit oi cross-words." 



Iri \ i Godwin, B.S. 

B A 2 

BIRMINCH \M, \I \. 
Allied \ • i :iub i :' ipond- 

"Psycho-analysa — wh.it you don't no won't hurt you." 



















THE \ENTRE • NOUS • OF • TWENTY - NINE 



















Senior CI 



ass 



Mildred Golsax, A.B. 

* M, X A <1>, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Allied Arts Club (1), Secretary (2), Vice-President (4); 

Chi Delta Phi President (3); Tennis Club, President 12); 

Swimming Club, Reporter (3); Pan-Hellenic, President 

(4); "Crimson" Staff (4); Senior Class Poet (4). 

"Scotland reports a successful automobile with only 
three wheels; Scotland would." 



Levert Gravlee, B.S. 

2 A X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Tennis Club (1, 2, 3); Economics Club (2); "Crimson" 

Staff (1, 2); Sigma Delta Chi Play. Business Manager 

(3); Pan-Hellenic (4). 

"Do right and fear no man; don't write and fear no 
woman." 



Thelma Graves, A.B. 

ANDALUSIA, ALA. 

"Judging from the conversation one hears on all sides 
the world has gone plane crazy." 



Chester Griffith, A.B. 

II K A 
CEDARTOWN, GA. 
Football (1, 2, 3, 4); H Club. 
"How to prevent a fire — insult the janitor. 



Ralph Gwiw A.B. 

TENSAW, ALA. 

"Most recommendations are good because you secure 
them from the firm in good humor over getting rid of 
you." 







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M UtG \KI 1 I I \\ I IN \ B 

B H 6, 1 l K 
BIRMINGH \\l, M \. 

"When .i man reei red, he's dangerous; when .i iro 
in. in -Ms red, *lu- has to have one like it." 



Cl IFTON II \kkis. 15. S. 

SKI 

i EDARTOVi V CA, 

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drat n . i . i . \ lent s. nloi 

Horn ii i 

'It I make tin- pass I'll forever be happy." 



Harold M. II vrris, B.S. 
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U IM IH II, \I \. 

II (1, I, i' Economics Club; ll Club; Student 

' •■HI.. II .11 

It t.iki-v .i lut nt time tn be scntiint-nt.il." 



Sam A. II \kt. A.B. 

A A I 

I I OKU \, \I \. 

, r ui-ii. ii. in. i :. 1 1. 

"Manj nt us have reduced it to lite, libert) and the 
pursuit nt footballs." 



\I \RC, \RI I I I \ss| I R. A.B. 

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BIRMINGH \M, M \. 

Judson (1. I); T. W. C A. I 

Religious Edui itlon Club • :: > : Btudenl Council 14) Maid 

hi Auburn-Howard Qami itbern 

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"Bobbed h.iir is one of those things that grow on you." 













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Sue Hawkins., B.S. 
b a 2 

BAY MIXETTE, ALA. 

Scientific Society (3, 4); Pharmacy Club (3. 4). 

"It is never too late for a woman to keep and ap- 
pointment." 



Bcrrel William Holbrook, B.S. 
e k n 

AKRON", ALA. 

"Crimson" Staff, Assistant Business Manager (3): "Entre 

Nous" Staff, Assistant Business Manager (3), Business 

Manager (4). 

"It's not that I just don't like work; I'm just not in 
sympathy with it." 



John Ora Hopper, B.A. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ministerial Association; Honor Roll (3). 

"Philosophy is usually about all a philosopher has." 



Ivev Hutto, B.S. 

HEADLAND, ALA. 

"It's an easy matter to judge a man's wisdom. Draw 
him into a discussion and if he agrees with you he's 
sensible." 



Sarra Aussie Hyatt. A.B. 

ALBERTVILLE, ALA. 

V. W. A. Secretary (2); Women's Student Government. 

Monitor (H): Debating Council (4); Allied Arts Club (4). 
"The best thing about a popular song is that it's not 
popular long." 



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"What 1 do concerns me, not what people think." 



Nelson Ki ndrick, M.S. 

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"It's .iv hard tur .1 woman to keep minus a* it |j tnr 

her to keep .i secret." 



J. B. King, 15. S. 
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Bill INGSI BY, \l \. 

Piedmont Collegi (l); Band < 2. I, I); 1: raid Club; 

s. lentlfli So< letj l > ,. 

Sonic, people wouldn't tell the truth, even in their 
own diaries." 



R \> viond ( I. Knight, B.S. 

II K A 

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ill (1, I 1); l'r . ihm in Football . l . 

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Mrs. S. D. Kornegay, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

'Most men studv art bv the aid of a mirror. 



Elizabeth Lawsox, A.B. 
* M, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Commission, President (1): Y. W. C. A. Cab- 
inet (1, 2, 4); Glee Club (2, 3): Girl's Council (2); "Crim- 
son" Staff (3); Phillips-Howard Club; B. S. U. Council. 
Vice-President (4): Y. W. C. A. Vice-President (4); Stu- 
dent Council (4); Parade Committee (4); Women's Stu- 
dent Organization Council (3); Who's Who "Best All- 
round Girl" (4). 

"The only way to get anywhere is to start from where 
vou are." 



Lucy Lea, A.B. 
2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Basketball (2, 3). 

"We all like sympathy so well that even a rich man 
tries to get you to pity him for the hardships he en- 
dured before he made his fortune." 



Elizabeth Leslie. A.B. 

<i> m, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Commission (1) j Freshman stunt (1); Y. w. 
C. A. Cabinet (41; Allied Aits Club (1, 2 3. 41; Tennis 

Club (2. 3). Treasurer (3). 

"If you like music, tune in on Chicago some night and 
hear the singing bullets." 



Maurice Lipiaxsky. A.B. 

A B X, r T 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Allied Arts ClUD (3. 4). 

"Laugh and the world laughs with you; snore and you 
sleep alone." 



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Hubert Mitchell, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

"Be kind and considerate to others; depending some- 
what on who thev are." 



Clarence Morgan, B.S. 
2 a x 

MOBILE, ALA. 

Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball. Captain (1); Baseball 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Commerce Club; Pan-Hellenic (4). 

"You can always get someone to love you, even if you 
have to do it yourself." 



Jewett Motley, A.B. 

9 K X, A E A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Scientific Society (3, 4). 
"Ladies, yep; books, well — " 



Mrs. Lottie Browning Ml rphree, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

"Work is the greatest thing in the world; therefore 
we should always save some of it for tomorrow." 



E. N. McConnell. B. S. 
i: x 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

"He that knoweth more than I, I envy; he that knoweth 
less, I pity." 




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KINSTON, \ \ 

"The moving fm^rr wriict ind having »ni, movei on 
in anothet place 111 the croM word puiile." 



w B. \K Don u.d, B.S. 
8 K » 

W 1M IH l>. \I \. 

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"All good people come from somewhere, possibly Win- 
field." 



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"Homo i> where the college student home t"r the 
holidays isn't." 



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2 2 K 

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Student Id 

"I topia i- .i place where experience ma) be had on 
appro* al." 



Frankji Augusta Nu< k.ols, 1!.A. 

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"Another tiling that doesn't turn out as it should i> 
the automobile in front of you." 













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Edward Thomas Nlxxelley, B.S. 
n K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Football (1); Glee Club (1, 2 3. 4); Debating Council 
(4); Commerce Club. 

"A true friend is an asset, but a lady friend is a shaky 
proposition." 



Elizabeth Otwell, A.B. 
* M 

CULLMAN, ALA. 

Brenau College (1); Allied Arts Club (2. 3, 4); Debating 

Club (3, 4); "Hell Bent For Heaven" (2); Swimming 

Club (3, 4). 

"Popular music reminds us that it's a short strain 
that has no returning." 



Harold Everette Peace, B.S. 
e k N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Tennis Team (1. 2, 3, 41: Tennis 

Club, Vice-President (2. 4). Treasurer (3); Economics 

Club (2); Pan-Hellenic (3, 4); H Club (3, 4). 

"All great men are dying; I don't feel well myself." 



David C. Pless. A.B. 

DADEVILLE, ALA. 
Ministerial Association. 

"The man who gives your hand a cordial shake, either 
has a full heart or an empty purse." 



William Burt Poe, B.S. 

II K * 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

'Education is almost as expensive as ignorance." 






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"U you &> to war, praj ; it you go i.> iea, praj twice; 
l>ut praj three titnei when you're going to gel married." 



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boi ii"i \ laalatanl ■ 1 1. 
"W'hrn you can, use discretion; when you can't, um 
.1 dub." 

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A A T 

ikov . vi v. 

Cheer Leader (1 I) Hi ad I Iheei Leadi i ■ 

Hull Pup" Busl B. 8. O. Pn eld* in 

• i >. Mill ■! iris Club 'i i ' Pr< ildi nl (8); Junior 

lub Ri poi !• i (S); V. M. 
v ■ -..Lin. i . . is \ P. U. ( !hot later (1, 8, 
Religious Education Club; Ministerial I 
Howard Correspondent t.. Baptist Student Magazine; 
Who's Who "Friendlleal Btudent" (4). 

"Education pays — nearlj all tin- biu coaches ;trr col- 
lege graduates." 

( >LIN v'l.u'i I) R] ll>, B.S. 

SAX, i; T 

BIRM1KCH v\t, vi v. 

Allied Arts club (1, t, ".. ii. "Crimson" Btafl 

Paradi Committee, Manager (4); Tennis Club; "Hi l 

Bent ror Heaven" (S); 'The Qypaj Trail" (2); 

Nuns'' SI it tT ill 

"Sophistication — knowing enough to keep your feet out 
ot the crack ot the theatre seat in front oi you." 



Loi ii Leon Rh i i>y. B.S. 

II K 4 

, BIRMINGH VM, VI V. 

Football ii. .' ::, n. Alternate Captain (4); ll Club. 
President i 1 1 ; Qlee l Mub l S, i >. 

"Going to college u.is tin- easiest v\.n I could find to 

make a living." 




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Senior Class 



Johx Robert Rushing, B.S. 

LOCKHART, ALA. 

'Parting advice — put a little water on the comb." 



Mertice Scofield, B.S. 

2 I X 

GADSDEN, ALA. 

Economic Club (1. 2); Pan-Hellenic (3, 4); "Crimson" 
Staff (4); Jefferson County-Howard Club (3. 4). 

"A bird in the hand's worth two in the bush — pro- 
vided you want the bird." 



Ivev J. Shuff, A.B. 

Z A X 

BESSEMER, ALA. 

Ministerial Association. Treasurer (2), Vice-President (3). 
Statistician (3. 4); Mission Band. President (4), Secre- 
tary (3). Treasurer (2); Historical Society. Vice-Presi- 
dent (4); Y. M. C. A. Council (4); Varsity Debate (3). 

"To be or not to be — that is the alphabet." 



Mary Scott Smith, A.B. 

A A II 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Associate Member Scientific Society (3); Pan-Hellenic (4). 

"Better be small and shine, than large and cast a 
shadow." 



Ei) Stefhkxsox. B.S. 

GREENSBORO, ALA. 

"The man who talks to himself hears lots of silly 
remarks." 



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"Gentlemen prefer blondes— but take what the) can 
Bet." 



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BIRMINCH \M. M \. 

T.nnU Club .1 . ■ ■ i , ii..-.,., i 

(4). 

"It must be .i great disappointment to the would-be 
athlete to ur.uiu.it-- from college and have nothing but 
an education." 



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II K A 

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"Kindm taking the mail carrier to walk on Sunday." 



VV \i iir Lawri mi VVi i ks, B.S. 

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Senior Class 



Naomi Wells, A.B. 
a z 

GADSDEN", ALA. 

Glee Club (3); Woman's Student Government (2). Vice- 
President (3), President (4); Pan-Hellenic (4). 

"Truth is stranger than fiction; to some people it's a 
total stranger." 



Hubert West, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

"A hard-luck story is one all the editors have rejected." 



Cassie Elizabeth Wilder, A.B. 
a a n 

ANDALUSIA, ALA. 
Judson (1, 2). 

"You can't eat your cake on ship-board and have ic 
too." 



David Willingham, A.B. 

LINEVILLE, ALA. 

'Misery loves company, but it's tough on the company. 



Virginia Witt.meier, A.B. 
B A 2 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Honor Roll (1. 2. 3. II; Freshman Marshal (1): Junior 

Marshal (3); Hypatia; Historical Society, President (3); 

Candidate for Degree with Honor. 

"A good name will wear out, a bad one may be turned, 
but a nick-name will last forever." 



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Mar> Thomasson Woodall, B.A. 

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'"The reason there are so man) i>""t poets in the \\ <>rKI 

llirrr .m so tn.uu pool poets." 



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"The best argument tur the styles "t the present tla\ 
i* (he t.unilt allium.'' 



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'UR DAY is done. Never again may we enter the worn portals of Howard 
College with the same careless youthfulness. We must go and yield our 
places to others. As undergraduates we are leaving our Alma Mater 
forever. 

Four years ago, it seems but a day, we entered Howard College, taking all for 
better or for worse. How we did hope in those days that things would be for the 
better, but our friends, the Sophs, soon made them seem for the worse. That year, 
capable, dignified, quietly efficient Codie Bell led us in the paths of righteousness as 
far as it was in a Freshman's power to distinguish them. Before the year was out 
we brought good luck to Howard because with us came the best Howard-Southern 
game played up to that time, and the indelibly engraved 20-16 victory. In March of 
that year, however, these two great institutions of learning decided to pull together 
for once at least, and a joint campaign was staged in which a sum amounting to 
$700,000 in cash and pledges payable in four years was realized. 

In our second year, even more important things happened, not among the least of 
which we may mention the stealing of the panther from "across the way." As our 
elders are accustomed to say, "those were the days," and indeed they were. Who can 
forget them? After this amazingly clever incident, the only thing we could do politely, 
of course, was to bring Southern to a 7-7 tie in the great game. In the midst of other 
excitement the Science Hall burned, but came back with renewed vigor and with 
the institution of the department of Pharmacy. 

It was during this year that we laid the foundation for our future successes on 
"Stunt Night." Really, the Class of '29 knows all about stunts. At Commencement, 
as we were trying to feci unconcerned over the fact that we were at last Juniors, we 
realized that a great advance along scholastic lines was inaugurated. The first Degree 
with Honors was awarded. One more thing to aim toward. The year thus ended 
under the leadership of Billy Braswell. 

1 he first months of our Junior year were saddened by the illness and death of our 
beloved friend and advisor, Mrs. John C. Dawson. It is the eternal plan of life, how- 
ever, that we shall go on, and at Thanksgiving time came the first Heme-Coming 
banquet, which was such a great success that it will be an annual affair. The next 
day, Legion Field, Birmingham's magnificent new stadium, was dedicated with the 



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Howard-Southern classic .m<l down through the ages nun will be reminded thai 

I low .ml wnii, O-O. 

During inn Junioi year, the Howard Co-cdi scaled three more round* on the 
laddei ol progress. 1 lu\ organized the Woman's Student Organization, which hai 
tui its purpose the closei union ol Howard girls. Toward the close <>i the yeai 
Chaptei nt Sigma Sigma Kappa, national educational sorority, was established and .1 
large part of it> membership is made up ol girls in the Class <>t '2>i. At this time, an 
educational fraternitj was founded foi Howard men interested along this line. The 
othei notable thing accomplished was the tn>t girls' debating tram. The lust girl <ii- 
baters set .1 precedent witli theii victor] ovei Southern that we hope "ill be carried on. 

]u-x to prove tli.it we reall] were the champions, we gave the best stunt ami won 
again. At Commencement, two mine Degrees with Honors were aw aided and our 
\t-at undei John Will Gaj ended. 

Seniors! Greatei than all others, demanding and receiving respect and homage! 
John Will Gaj was chosen again to serve as oui president and to him we owe much 
ol what the Class ol '29, a-> a whole, has accomplished. Three years ago one student 
was awarded .1 Degree with Honors, last yeai there wen- two, and this year, three ol 
our class were recognized in this way. It is not idle boasting to assert that this was the 
best class that Howard College has ever sen. Next year, it will be better, foi it is 
the nature ol our Alma Mater to progress. Again we defeated our 1 i \ als. across town 
on the gridiron with a 13-12 score. 

Four years ago in our minds we could see onlj a tin] speck of the tower of achieve- 
ment with its great tropin. As three Commencements passed we could see more clearlj 

in the eyes ol the Seniors ot other days, the awe-inspiring goal. Today, clasping in 
our hands the great tropin, a diploma, we are privileged to look down from the 
tower's top and see others looking up at u>. who before, were straining our eyes to see. 

Some are closer than others to us. We must leave and throw the torch to them so 

that those who are at the toot can some da] catch it. 

W'c are men and women. Beginning somewhat timidly, we have passed another 

milestone in our lives, with success behind us. Fearlessl] we start toward that other 

lite, and it the waj seems obscured, maj we pave it with the starshine of love and 

service and at last. 

"Sustoint <l mid soothi d 
/>'\ an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave, 
hike "in who unit's thi drapery of his couch 
About Uim. ami Iks down tn pleasant dreams." 



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m CILA: 







I am the Great God of the Future and verily I say unto you that these things 
shall come to pass. Rejoice, O Ye Lucky Ones, for thou can really laugh up thy sleeve. 
Mourn all Unfortunate Ones (that your fate does not please) for ye truly are 
unfortunate. 

I look twenty years hence, and lo, what I am about to relate maketh even I weak 
with mirth. 

Through the misty veil of my crystal, I see Mary Ruth Adams in a dingy back 
yard. Her husband is O'Kelly, of the New York Police force (none other than Codie 
D. Bell). Over the fence are Margaret Bass and Imogene Bates. Margaret was 
married by proxy to Rayburn Fisher. Imogene married James Salter, proprietor of the 
Silver Slipper. 

The crystal changes. We are in Greenland. Here we find "Hoss" Knight and 
his followers searching for Freedom. Nancy Elgin is his wife and reigns as the social 
leader of the colony. With them we find Aussie Hyatt and Ivey Hutto, busy with 
research work. The rest of the party includes Guy Milford, a fisherman; Mattie 
Matthews ,a reform worker; John Hopper, an inventor; Clarence Morgan, who made 
the trip just to keep from going back to Mobile; and Sue Hawkins, a collector of 
Eskimo butterflies. 

Egypt is our next stop. A great festival — His Highness chooses a new wife today. 
His Highness turns out to be our fickle president of the Student Body, Charlie Dob- 
bins, who spent the first years of his life at Camden, Ala. Thus far he has caught up 
with Solomon and is still going. Ralph Foster resides at the palace and enjoys Charlie's 
divorcees. 

Here we are in an Egyptian theatre. Ralph Gwin is head usher. Under him, as 
assistants, are John Garrett, W. L. Grumpier, and Clay Herring. We are entertained 
with Oriental dancing. Cleopatra, we found to be Margaret Hanlin; Salome was 
Sara Cunningham; and King Tut's wife was Elizabeth Lawson. 

Back in Birmingham, we find "Soupy" Sudduth with a house apron on, washing 
dishes for — ? Lawrence Weeks and Herbert West are life guards at Howard's Swim- 
ming Pool. Virginia Wittimier is still trying to graduate from Howard. She just 
can't make her grades. Mary Woodall, Cassie Wilder and Mrs. Laurie Williams 
have left money for a dance hall to be erected on Berry Field, since football is tabooed. 
Naomi Wells and Harold Harris are to be Russian dancers. "Kat" Wright and "Doc" 
Fuller jerk soda. Doc's bald-headed. Johnny Wilking is the dancing instructor. 

Glenn Vance, Charlie Thigpin and Milton Stroudmire are the joint owners of 
Duck Inn (which has now reached the skyscraper stage.) Fermon Vicery, George 
Warrick, "Rip" Yost and Tom Ellis are street car conductors and always let Howard 
know when a Southern man is headed that way. Thelma Graves, Mrs. Franks and 
Mildred Golson are in the undertaker's business. They undertake anything. Ralph 
Flood is editor of the Scandal newspaper. 

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Irene Godwin, I velyn Giles and Vance Johnson work .it the Woodlawn Cotton 
Mills, Fhey are teaching the trade to Virginia Acton, Velda Bat Co Brigga and 
Josephine Cagle. 

At the Florentine Club, we find Clyde Dotson, the night watchman. I very now 
and then he slips in foi .1 dance o> two. Dextei I lam, John ( lalloway, \\ illiam I lolh 
da) and John Will Gaj make cotton candy at East Lake Park. Nat McConnell, 
I loll i» Gerrard, I arl Johnson and Nelson Kend ricks are sailors on the Queen Bess. 
Thej carry .ill Howard co-eds to sail, free oi charge. Herbert Etheridge is .1 retired 
bacheloi and spends Ins tunc having girls seek him out. We meet Mill Holbrook 
still trying to get ads to pay foi the 1929 I ntre Nous, 

- Farrell, Lucj Lea, Marietta Alper, Dorothy Childress and Sara Feally are 
.ill working .it \\\ stand on First Avenue, Edna Cocowitch is in the real estate 
business. Louise Church owns .1 lunch room where Bernard Beason, Jack Clark, St. 
Claii Bower, Howard Carter, R. M. Caine, Sam Bradley and 1 verett Calvert are 
working on the railroad. Woodfin Caine, David Booker, Paul Cates, Jewetl Motley, 
"Ox" Clark .mil Ed Nunnelley are .til doctors in the Magic City. Osce Bentley is 
doing his stun 1 with Sousa's Band, lit- ^ot his training .it Howard. 

Bertha Almgren, Frummie Dorfman and "Shorty" Austin are toe dancers in 
Paris. Mary Claude Minus. Mis. Lottie Murphree, Lillian Nesperling, Mis. Mae 
Kornegay, Frankie Nuckols .nut Elizabeth Otwell are Victor recording .utists. Annie 
Newman is .1 widow, being rushed bv a dozen millionaires. Ara Owen, Margaret 
Pate, Mary Scott Smith, Irma Hood, Ira Lowery and Lala McCullough are welfare 
w 01 kers. 

Harold Peace, Robert Miller. Burt Poe, George Putnam and "Si" Reed have 
started .1 Reform School for Girls. Louie Rhudv and Margaret Hassler are happy to 
be visiting in Birmingham. Louie is a fireman and Margaret travels around with him. 
Chester Quarles is demonstrating how fly-paper sticks. He meets up with many old 
friends while traveling from house to house. Eva Clark, Mertice Scofield, Ivev Short. 
Mildred Mitchell, Lamar Stevenson, Sam Hart and Clyde Hunt are all under bond 
for shaving Dr. Guy Snavely's head. Othelia Nichols and Elizabeth Leslie are selling 
doughnuts to support themselves, James Millard. David Pleas, Millard Mitchell, 

N nan Stevenson. J. M. kin^ are working tor the National Radiator Company (hot 

air). Maurine Gipson is the "Gipson Girl" ol 1949. Maurice Lipiansky, J. I). 
Willingham and Willie M. McDonald are city detectives. 

"Bud" Harris and Chester Griffith are joint instructors of Geography at our old 

school. They are still partial to Georgia and always teach the pupils more ot that 

state. Charlotte Mums is modeling for one ot New ^i ork's most exclusive shops. Clyce 
Hurst, Pear] Myteex and Margaret Cates sin<: every night on the corner with the 

Salvation Armv . Joe Marino has become a deep-sea diver. Levert Gray lee and Nell 

Burns are still putting on a campaign tor m-w buildings at Howard. Edwin Doster 

has turned out to be the rloor walker at Woolworth's. J. I ). Farrington has recently 
been added to the faculty ot Birmingham Southern. He has almost gone cra/y on the 
subject ot bi _ 

Millie Ellis is the same as she used to be, into one thing and out ot another. ^ <<u 
never know what she is going to do next. 

My friends, you cannot change vour fate. The moving finger writes ami having 
written, moves on ! 

Bnxn l'i 1 is. Prophet 



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THE • ENTRE ■ NOUS • OF • TWENTY - NINE 




CILA: 




Noiv that the time of parting is near, 
And we must soon at the future peer. 
As men and women, we can say 
To us our college life ivas as a play. 

And questions arise in the depths of our hearts 
How in the play were distributed the parts? 
Was each one chosen by the hand of Fate? 
For having the best or the worst as his trait? 

Was the plot ivell made and laid in it? 
Were the boys and girls u'ell chosen and fit 
To play their parts? Did each know his cue, 
Deserve and get applause where due? 

And in the Play of Tomorrozv yet to come, 

Will the parts be played, each and every one 

By the honest, the fair and the true 

Just as they were played for the Crimson and Blue? 



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Junior Class Ofncers 

James 0. Colley, Jh President 

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I uelli Rob i ki> . . ... . . . Seert iary 

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Junior Class 

Montague Adams Birmingham, Ala. 

A E A 
Scientific Society. 

Atholine Allen Birmingham, Ala. 

A Z 

Vivian Anderson Trussville, Ala. 

Glee Club (2); Swimming Club (2); "Miss Howard" (2). 

Geraldine Armstronc Birmingham, Ala. 

Frank Aycock Selma, Ala. 

IT K A 

Football (1, 2, 3); Baseball (1); Pan-Hellenic (2), Vice- 
President (3); Assistant Cheer Leader (2); Basketball 
Manager (2); Treasurer Sophomore Class (2); Student 
Body Treasurer (3) ; H Club. 

Lella Bvrd Beasley Birmingham, Ala. 

AAII, Bne, X A * 

Glee Club (1, 2); Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3); Phillips- 
Howard Club. 

Louise Bellsnyder . ..... Birmingham, Ala. 

A Z 

Swimming Club (2); Glee Club (2); Basketball (2); Ten- 
nis Club (1, 2). 

Eva Berry Birmingham, Ala. 

Honor Roll (1, 2). 

Rebecca Berry Birmingham, Ala. 

A A n 

Swimming Club Vice-President (2); Basketball (2); 
Judson (1). 

C. H. Blanton Lafayette, Ala. 

x s r 

Scientific Society; Laboratory Assistant (3); Pharmacy 
Club President <,2). Vice-President (3). 

Mildred Bledsoe Birmingham, Ala. 

i: i x 

Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3); Freshman Commission (1). 

Mvra BRINGMAN Birmingham, Ala. 

B A 2 

Sheppard Bryan Greenville, Ala. 

^ A X 

Ministerial Association (1, 2. 3); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 

(1. 2, 3). 



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Air i niversit) "i Southern California 

I 0. Coi ley, Jr. . I roy, Ala. 

EN, \ i ■ .\ 

Kill il 

I u k Compton . 1 inden, Ala. 

^ \i . v. Cablm l si. 

1 n> Cook . Phoenix City, Ala. 

II K I 

Pull" 
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Martha Elizabeth 0\ki>i\ . . Goodwater, Ala. 

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ll Club rt. m.i. in 

Ci vine Darwin Birmingham, Ala. 

1 A \ 

Sallu l"> \\ ih s Birmingham, Ala. 

IU\k\ Donahoo Birmingham, Ala. 

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Buford Dyer Birmingham, Ala. 

I i CU > P\ \k Birmingham, Ala. 

F. .uui, Sen ii. .il i l > ' il Club; ■ 

Elliott Kims Enterprise, Ala. 

\ A T 

I Arts 
Club; "( 

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Junior Class 

John James Finklea, Jr Monroeville, Ala. 

"n K A 

Baseball Manager (1); Varsity Manager (3); T. M. C. 

A. Cabinet (3); "Entre Nous" Staff (2); Assistant Ath- 

letic Director (3). 

Harold J. Freeman Birmingham, Ala. 

II K A 

Band (1, 2); Football Manager (1), Manager (3); Parade 
Committee (1). 

John H. Frve, Jr Birmingham, Ala. 

2 X 

Freshman Marshal (1); Sophomore Marshal (2); Math 
Club President (2); Math Medal (1); Tennis Club Treas- 
urer (3); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); "Entre Nous" Staff (3). 

Harvelle B. Goodwin Powderlv, Ala. 

n K * 

Baseball (1, 2); Football (1). 

James E. Gourley Birmingham, Ala. 

Lottie Graddick Tyler, Texas 

Tyler Junior College (1); Glee Club (2). 

William H. Grimmer Birmingham, Ala. 

II K A 

Football (1); Freshman Football Manager (3). 

Irene Hacker Birmingham, Ala. 

B * A 

"Birmingham News" Scholarship; Allied Arts Club (1, 2. 
3); Girls Debating Team (3); Student Mission Bund 
President (3); B. S. U. Reporter (3); Y. W. C. A. Cab- 
inet to); 'Woman's Student Government Secretary (3); 
Girls Dormitory Council Vice-President (3); "Entre 
Nous" Staff (31. 

Sarah Hargrove Birmingham, Ala. 

<I> M, 1! IT 

Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3); Tennis Club (1. 2, 3); Fresh- 
man Commission (1); Sophomore Class Secretary t2); 
Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). 

Lucille Harriss Birmingham, Ala. 

A A II 

Martha Harris Birmingham, Ala. 

B <1> A 
Basketball (2); Pan-Hellenic (2. 3); H Club. 

Blair Hays Cullman, Ala. 

K N 

Pharmacy Club President (.3); Scientific Society (3). 

William M. Herbert ..... Birmingham, Ala. 
2 N 

Cheer Leader (3); Tennis Team (2. 3); Glee Club t3); 
H Club. 



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A. Hi mon lli> ^ I roy, Ala. 

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I vu \ s lh is/ . Brilliant, Ala. 

Wylir Malcolm Ho ind , Cai rolto 

Svk\ IIiiowk Birrningham, Ala. 

A / 

Fiaalii ■ . i i \ w 

Ui.t (J); Sui. I. in • 

Mardu Howi t . . I . lectic, Ala. 

i \ \ 

\ lull II 

foHNSON . 1 .li rant, Ala. 

Roll 1 1 :< . \ . \\ C \ Cabinet (1 Rell 

Education i ■; Btudunl Mission Band. 

Clarinci B. Landham . . . . Anniston, Via. 

ii K ♦, \ i: ^ 

Honor Roll (1) I, Ri porti 

Uph . B pal Ion l lelta Bulletin 

El 0131 I usi 1 1 k . Enterprise, \ > 

A /. 
Woman's < toll) gc (1. I). 

! - Stafford Lauria Birmingham, Ala. 

SAX 

Brown Onlverslt) (1); Birmingham-Southern i .' i : Allied 
- i Mui. (3); "A Mouse Full" I 

A. L. Lindsev . Boaz, Ala. 

X 1 1- 
tlflc S I ter Award 

Birt Lose Birmingham, Ala. 

Band i 1. I). 

Robert Long Vtmore, Ala. 

Jons- W. Minor, 1r. . Ensley, Ala. 

l \ 

Who's Who "Biggest Htshbl 

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Junior Class 

Anne Moore Gadsden, Ala. 

B A 2 

Religious Education Club (1, 2, 3); T. W. C. A. Cabinet 
(3); Religious Education Club Vice-President (3); Math 
Improvement Medal (1); Girls Dormitory Council Secre- 
tary (3); B. S. U. Council (3); Who's Who "Man Hater" 
(3). 

Jewel Mosley Birmingham, Ala. 

Gray Mullendore Roanoke, Ala. 

9 K N 

Scientific Society; Pharmacy Club. 

Margaret McCulla Birmingham, Ala. 

A A n 

Girls Swimming and Riding Club Vice-President (3). 

Morris Nelson Walnut Grove, Ala. 

Margaret O'Dell Birmingham, Ala. 

A A n 

Sarah Louise Overby Tarrant, Ala. 

B A 2 
Pan-Hellenic (3). 

T. J. Payne Dora, Ala. 

n K * 

Scientific Society; Tennis Club. 

Czarina Peterson Birmingham, Ala. 

2 I X 

{Catherine Phillips Dora, Ala. 

A A II 

Augusta Piatt Birmingham, Ala. 

A Z 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Scientific Society (2); Woman's 

Student Organization Vice-President (3); Pan Hellenic 

(3). 

Marjorie Priest Birmingham, Ala. 

2 I X 

Judson (1. 2). 

Fred Putnam Alabama City, Ala. 

A A T 

Glee Club (I. 2. 3 ) ; Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3). 
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M\k\ Gunn Kn \ m Birmingham, \ 

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Bnln I ll 

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1 v/nif K..r.iKi> . Birmingham, \l i. 

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n Honoi Roll ■ 

AUNATH ROBISON . Wftumpkfl, Mi. 

•!• M 

Wilda Sham . Birmingham, Al.i. 

Smith . . . . Eufaula, Ala. 

M\k\ Lot Sims* ...... Birmingham, Ala. 

Virginia Stdvau Birmingham, Ala. 

... 
Howard Ouni 

lit- wok Siiidiiii . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

•I- M. \ A *, B II <• 
stu.l.-nt c. un.il ili; Allied Arts Club n 
ball il. :>. Phllllpa-Howard Club Secretar] I 
Comm 

Swimming Club 

lalneas Manag-ei Rat Bll (3); Who's 

Who " ular <:iil ' i .i i . Spoi 

"Bntn 

Fred William I'imk Ik. . . Birmingham, Ala. 

II K A 
Stud en l . 'nun. il (I :: i . i ; 
Phillips-Howard i lul \ 

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Roi I . rHOMAa \shland, Ala 

f. M. C. A. 8 \ « ,, ,i 

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Dona d I. Van Buskikk Lajunta, Colo. 

il Club. 

J \\u< B. V \ksi ii Scottsboro, Ala. 

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Junior Class 



Luther Vines Thorsbv, Ala. 

X 2 r 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (">); B. S. U. Council (31; Booster 
Award (2). 



Raymond Walker Birmingham, Ala. 

X 2 r 



James W. Watters Selma, Ala. 

Ruby Welch York, Ala. 



O. H. Westbrook 



2 A X 



. • Gadsden, Ala. 



Pharmaceutical Society Vice-President (2); Scientific 
Society (2, 3). 



E. Lacoste Williamson Gurley, Ala. 

University of Alabama (1); Tulane (2). 

James A. Wilson Andalusia, Ala. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 



H. B. Woodward, Jr. . Lineville, Ala. 

H K * 

Band (1); Tennis Team (1); Student Council (3>; Pan- 
Hellenic (3); Tennis Club President (3); "Entre N'ous" 
Staff (3); Laboratory Assistant (3); President-Elect Stu- 
dent Body (3). 



Davis C. Woolley Enterprise, Ala. 

Editor "Rat Bible" (3); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (1. 2. 3), 
Secretary (2); "Crimson" Assistant Editor (3); B. S. U. 
Treasurer (3); Religious Education Club President (3); 
Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3); Debating Council (3). 



Hubert Wooten Birmingham, Ala. 

Ministerial Association. 



Floyd Wricht 



Fayette, Ala. 



Glee Club (1). 



T. Murphy Wyers Eldridge, Ala. 

X 2 r 

Scientific Society; Math Club; Parade Committee (2K 



James Yarborouch . 



. Jasper, Ala. 



Glee Club (1, 2. 3); Quartette (1. 3); Glee Club Yioe- 
President (3); Band (3); Pan-Hellenic (1). 



Sammie Elizabeth Yates .... Birmingham, Ala. 

B A 2 
Birmingham Southern (it; Math Club (2). 



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Sophomore Class Officers 

Alfred I'ikmimih .... President 

Cm kklbs McRai . . . / lent 

Ruth Gravlbi ... . . . Set ret/try 

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Sophomore Class 

Lucian Alcee, II K A . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Glee Club (2). 

Louis Norwood Avervt, 2 X . . Birmingham, Ala. 

John R. Barton 1 , 8 K X . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Band (1. 2). 

Josephine Bellsnvder, AT... Birmingham, Ala. 
Virginia Collins Bishop, A A n . Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman Commission (1) ; Reporter Freshman Class 
(1); "Entre Nous" Staff (2); Student Council (2). 



William W. Bonds 



Ensley, Ala. 



Shirley Brakefield, 2 X . . Gamble Mines, Ala. 



J. T. Browder Fort Payne, Ala. 

Ministerial Association; Debating Team; Most Active 
Freshman (1); Y. M. C. A. Secretary-Treasurer; Min- 
isterial Association Treasurer. 



Eugenia Ruth Bush, B A 2 . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club (2); Glee Club (1). 



Oma Louise Case, B * A . . . 

Honor Roll (1). 



Enslev, Ala. 



Mildred Coleman 



. . Riverside, Ala. 



George T. Cotton, 2 X . . Alexander City, Ala. 
Orchestra (l, 2). 

Dewey Leon Cox, X 2 V Boaz, Ala. 

Football (i>; Basketball (1); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C2>. 

Raymond Davis, 9 K N . . . . . Anniston, Ala. 

Football (1, 2); Baseball (1); 11. Club. 



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Sophomore Clas.s 
1 in lma Davb Inglenook \ 

William C Davb, I* D R i Birmingham, Ala. 

\ \l DAUCHCRTt Alexandei ( it\, Ala. 

Ralph Pi-\umv i \ \ . Birmingham, Ala. 

Manning Bobi I iglbs, i n Birmingham, Ala. 

Ki in Ellis, B A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

<;i. Club in. 

I \mi -. El i BON, \ \ r . Empire, Ala. 

Ir\\i^ Iikkiii. A Z ■ . . Birmingham, Ala. 
"Enl '- i I i. 

Arnold Fuqi \. t> k n . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Mam Gayloi Lyerly, Ga. 

■ i ■. 

Clarenci Georci . . .... Natchez, Miss. 

Katherini i.i km ii Birmingham, Ala. 

F.n Goldsmith, Z N tanore, Ala. 

Alma Gladys Graves .... Birmingham, Ala. 

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Sophomore Class 



Pauline Elizabeth Graves, A A H , Bangor, Ala. 

Freshman Commission Treasurer (1). 

Ruth Gravlee, 2 I X . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Sophomore Class Secretary (2) ; Freshman Commission 
(1); Pan-Hellenic (2); Feature Section (1). 

Lena Green Birmingham, Ala. 

Frank Welborn Hardie, II K A . Birmingham, Ala. 

Sophomore Class Treasurer (2); Glee Club (2). 

Haywood H. Hargrove, 9 K X . Memphis, Tenn. 

Football (1, 2); Basketball (1). 

Jack Harvey Harris, A AT. . Birmingham, Ala. 

Glee Club (1, 2); Band (1, 2). 

Olive Harris Birmingham, Ala. 

William Harris Ashville, Ala. 

Ministerial Association; Chairman Pulpit Supply Com- 
mittee (2). 

H. H. Hays, 2 A X Jemison, Ala. 

Sara Frances High, AAII. . . . Ashville, Ala. 
Clifford Augustus Holcomb . Birmingham, Ala. 

Margaret Holmes, A A IT . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Maid for Auburn-Howard Gain.- (1); Swimming and 
Riding Club (2). 

Addie Bell Hokton Birmingham, Ala. 



Mary Alice Howard 



. Jackson, Ala. 



Sophomore Cla 



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Ki id Catherini Huffman . Birmingham, Ala. 

rHOMAt I . lit i \ Ik . i \ . Birmingham, Ala. 

n Jan'key, A Z . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

IVi-.ii n Jiiik . Montevallo, Ala. 



K i iii Innii 



Birmingham, Ala. 



I . B. Johnston, X 2 r . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
m i'Ii Club < l. •-'> . Pan -H el- 



Euzaoeth Jordan, SIX. , Birmingham, Ala. 

AIM. •! \' '- i I'll, i I 

Wadi C. I imberth, l \ Alexander City, Ala. 
Oi^ k. I twsox, II i\ i . Birmingham, Ala. 

Hazei M. I hi mi i SIX. . Birmingham, Ala. 

i 

Othello Lloyd, A Z . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
lub (1); Enslej Howard ( 'lub V 



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Sophomore Class 

Lamar Longshore, - A X . . . Collinsvitle, Ala. 

Mayme Lowery, - I X Oneonta, Ala. 

Nellie Manx, B $ A Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club (1, 2). 

Ma-ry Pendleton Mason, B A 2 . Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); Allied Arts Club (1, 2); Glee 
Club (1); Woman's Student Organization Council (2). 

Jackie Moody Cherokee, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club (1, 2); Glee Club (1); Debating Club 
Vice-President (2). 

Jeanette Morgan, A Z Slocomb, Ala. 

House President Woman's Student Government (1). 

Mildred McAleer, A A II . . . . Mobile, Ala. 

Homer McDonald Jacksonville, Ala. 

Wm. C. McDonald, Jr., II K A . Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman Class Treasurer (1); Football (1, 2). 

James C. McGehee, 2 X . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Truman McGonegal, 2 A X . . . . Mobile, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club Reporter (2); "Crimson" Staff (1, 2); 
"A Full House." 

Annie L. McKinley, A A II . Birmingham, Ala. 

Glee Club (li. 

William II. McMurry, 2' A X . Fairfield, .lla. 
Scientific Society. 

Helen Carithers McNeil, <I> M . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Aits club (l, 2i: Pan-Hellenic (2); v. \v. C. a. 
Cabinet (2); Debating club (2); Swimming Club (1. 2). 



S ihnnntrc Cl.is> 

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H. Martin Ninnaihy. n K A . H \ . 

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■ / Birmi Via 

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Red I \ /^^% 

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Ro»t*i I! \ \ . Birmingham, Ala 

\ s Orton i i \ . Birmingham, Ala. 

SIX. Birmingham, Ala. ■""; 

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Padci i i. II K l . South Pittsburg I'.nn 

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Floremci O. Pru i ■ M . . Birmingham, Ala. W ^ 

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Inn ma Reagan . Delta, Ala. 

Ki in Ramsey, B* A. . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

R - -i X Birmingham, Ala 

i 

Mari Fayi Riser, * M . I afayette, Ala. 

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Sophomore Class 

Walter Robertson", Jr , ft K X . Birmingham, Ala. 
Effie Mae Robinette, - IX . . . Oneonta, Ala. 
Louise Sanders, A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

Honor Roll (1); Freshman Marshal (1): Maili Club 
Club (1); Allied Arts Club (2 1. 



J. B. Scarbrough, II K A 



Olive Serover, SIX. 



Gadsden, Ala. 



. Ensley, Ala. 



Dorothy D. Simpson, <I> M . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club (2 1. 

Maurine Slaughter, <£ M . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Debating Team (1, 2); Winner in Howard-Southern 
Debate (1); Debating Club President (1). 

Elizabeth Caroline Smith . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Debating Club (1, 2). 

Marguerite Speigle Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham -Southern (1). 



Louise Joyce Stapp, SIX. 



Ensley, Ala. 



Freshman Class Secretary (1); Freshman Commission 
Vice-President (1). 



Mary Elder Stark Birmingham, Ala. 

Student Mission Band (1. 21. 

Julian E. Stephens Keener, Ala. 



Kathleen Taylor . 



Coral Gables, Fla. 



CLARA Thomas Birmingham, Ala. 



Marion Thomas, S X Talladega, Ala. 



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Sophomore Class 

|onm \ riiNirsKio ii K \ Birtningh im, \ i 

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\\ .1 ii vki l \ \ Birroingharn, \ 

i ik v l . ■: isi \ \ II I \ Birmingham, \ 

W ii in k \ \i < ii v ll K r . Birmingham, Ala. 

\l \ k ^ I . \\ \ \i . Birmingham, \ 

Anha Sui W vkki \ !• \i . - iuga, Ala. 

- \\ ininii>i m , It a 1 . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Ki in WlLBANKa I M Gadsden, Ala. 

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v u v Ti ■ mui ■ i 

Clym Wilder, II K \ . . Birmingham, Ala. 

II. B, Williams Wen Green, Ala. 

Haywood Woollby, K AT. Montevallo, Ala. 
i .. uhk Wrigh i Guin, Ala. 

Jll.l-.t, ill. Ml.. ,1 \. i ■ . lul 

Margarei Wuh Birmingham, Ala. 

I'm i ini York, \ .} II Empire, Ala. 

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ABOUT THE CAMPUS 

Allied Arts Club. "A Full House" featuring poor Susie's search. Failure nominees 

o) -various organizations. Sponsor and maids for Howard-Southern game. Those 

famous syncopating "Boilermakers." 

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cers 



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Charles Robinbti ,,, Prtsideal 

\ Dell W'mh wis ... Secretary 

I mmui Jackson . . ... Treasure! 



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ENTRE'NOUS OF - TWENTY - NINE 







Freshman Class 

Fulton Arercrombie, A A T . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Band (1). 

Olivia Allen, A Z Birmingham, Aia. 

* 
Pauline Anderson Trussville, Ala. 

Edith Ansley, <S> M Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman Commission President; Allied Arts Club; 
Sponsor (1). 

Henrietta Armstrong, A A II . Birmingham, Ala. 
Alexas Askew, n K * . . . Alexander City, Ala. 

Arthur Askew , Birmingham, Ala. 

Ernest Askin, II K <t> . . . Alexander City, Ala. 
Hazel Awtrev, 4> M Steele, Ala. 

Girls' Debating Council Reporter. 

Mary Moore Bain, A 2 . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club; Girls' Debating Club; "A Full House." 
Alphonso Barger, II K A . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Joe Barton Brilliant, Ala. 

Sara Bates, A A n Birmingham, Ala. 

Joseph Benson, 2 N Birmingham, Ala. 

Thompson Berry, Jr., 2 X . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Tom Bondurant, S N . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Football (l); Basketball (l). 

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M vk..( i kiii Caw km Birmingham \ 

Mar> Prank Ciiappbl, .\ / . Birmingham, Ala. 

Ro> Currwooo, X 2 1 l on Payne, Ala 

Herman Ci vkk 8 K N . Alexandria, Ala. 

1 1 >. 



Rob i ki i'i i \ i . 1 \ 



Wiiii mi i Cobb, ii k r 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Harr> Cum \ . . . Birmingham, Ala 

■ ii . i i 

Robbbi D. Conner, Jr., ii k \ . Andalusia, Ala. 

Grbtrudi Craig, \ a ll Bessemer, Ala. 

Allied \u. Club - (i). 



M \kc\ki r Crane, ♦ M . . . 

cm i ii k Crow, ii K ♦ . . . 
Band (1), 

Pan nii Hi •>> Crow, r> a i . 
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Birmingham, Ala. 



Dei .iiur, Ala. 



Decatur, \ a. 



Ashville, Ala 







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Freshman Class 



James Crow, n K * Decatur, Ala. 

Band (1). 

Margaret Crow, B A 2 Decatur, Ala. 



Carlos Cunningham, 9 X K . 

Football (1). 



. Kansas, Ala. 



Lee Damsky , Birmingham, Ala. 

Norman Dardex, 2 A X . . . . Goochvater, Ala. 
Catherine Daugherty , . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Lenora Davis, A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

Elizabeth deLaunay, A Z . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman Commission Secretary (1). 



Jules deLaunay 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Bill deLoach, K X . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



James Denny , Fairview, Ala. 



Elizabeth Dial, A Z . 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Albert Dix, K X Mobile, Ala. 

Y. M. C. A. Secretary (IV. B. S. U. Treasure! (Jl); 
Student Mission Band Pianist (1). 



Elizabeth Dixon, -IX. . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Mrs. Nell Donaldson .... Birmingham, Ala. 



James Dlxi.ap, - X Birmingham, Ala. 



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k Evans. 4 M . Birmingham, Ala. 

I'mm m\ I v..w . Piedmont, \ i 

MAtCARII lii/MUia, A /. . Hirinii.th.im. Ala. 

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John Curroao Foster, [a., i \ . Opp, Ala. 

i "i I wwi . Birmingham, Ala. 

Anna Gantt, B ♦ A . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Bin Garai n. \ii Fori Payne, Ala. 

K > ™ tivi<>!f " • . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Emerson Gay, UK* Scomboro, Ala. 

i lub 1 1 . . r. anli i int. i 1 1. 

.1 uin Gsoaa \ \ r Plorala, Ala. 

wam Gepnei Birmingham, Ala. 

El i woa Gn mik. A Z . . . Birmingham, Ala 

JODtbl in • . 

James Grant, X 2 r . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

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Sadie Gay Graves, A A n . . Birmingham, Ah 



Harold Greer Edwardsville, Ala. 



Susie Gulledge, A Z 



. Birmingham, Ala. 



Allied Arts Club (1); Debating Club (1); Freshman 
Commission (1); "A Full House." 



Augustine Gu\ t x, B <I> A . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



George Haffxer Birmingham, Ala. 



Howard Haffxer, A A T . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Gordox Haxkixs, X 2 T . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



David Hart, A A T Florala, Ala. 



John Hays Birmingham, Ala. 



Frank Havxes, II K A . . . . 

Glee Club ( 1 > 



Clyde, X. C. 



Leland Hull Birmingham, Ala. 

Emmett Jackson, II K $ . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Glee Club (1); Freshman Class Treasurer U>. 

Cecil Jeffcoat, H K X Opp, Ala. 

John Johnson Birmingham, Ala. 

C. R. Tones, IT K * Athens, Ala. 



J. II. Jones, 2 X 



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Birmingham, Ala. 



Virginia Likdsey, •!■ M . Birmingham, Ala. 

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Freshman Class 



Frances Mosi.ev, A Z . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
J. W. McCLENDONj X - T . . . Birmingham, Aia. 
Robert McElroy, II K A . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Anna Newmax Birmingham, Ala. 

Beatrice Newmax, B * A . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman Commission (1); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (1): 
Manager Community Chest Drive (1); Parade Com- 
mittee (1); Y. W. C. A. Carnival Manager (1); "Crim- 
son" Staff (1); Honor Roil (1); Activity Medal (1). 

Matthew Nichols , Adger, Ala. 

Ministerial Association (1). 

Gladys O'Neil, <I> M Birmingham, Ala. 

Ray Parks, K X Memphis, Tenn. 

Football (1); Basketball (1). 

Bernice Patton Birmingham, Ala. 

Paul Phillips Birmingham, Ala. 

Evelyn Praytor Irondale, Ala. 

Herschel Ray, K X Ensley, Ala. 

Pharmacy Club (1). 

Crawford Reed Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club; Birmingham News Scholarship; 
Who's Who "Student with Brightest Future." 

John Renfroe, II K A Brundidge, Ala. 

Worth Roberts, K x . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Band (1); Allied Arts Club (l); "Boilermakers" (1). 

Charles YV. RobinetTj 9KN, . . Anniston, Ala. 

Freshman Class Vice-President Kit- 



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Huntsville, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala 



Birmingham, Ala, 



John Si w \ -i II . Birmingham, Ala. 



Hok u i Seymour, li K • . Alexander City, Ala. 



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W'll I I \M SlIlK . 



El i/ m.i in Sen.n 



Bellamy, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Moulton, Ala. 



Sylvw S B ♦ A . Birmingham, Ala. 

AJlli \ i-uii Hon 

S\k\ si\i.. mm Birmingham, Ala. 

in Club . l I 

W'ii t ik Slaughter . .... Birmingham, Ala. 

in Club ■ 

1. A. Smallwood, ll K l' . . . Cleveland, Ala. 
Marcarei Smith, B* A Pinson, Ala. 

Jeff-Co HI Club \ i i 



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Louise Smith, B A 1 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Walter Smith Birmingham, Ala. 



Willie E. Smith, B A 2 . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Coy Stark Alexander City, Ala. 



Marion St. Clair Birmingham, Ala. 



Louise Steen, B A 2 Birmingham, Ala. 



Russel Still, 9 K X Haleyville, Ala. 



Gladys Stinnett Adger, Ala. 



Helen Stocks, <i> M 



. Gadsden, Ala. 



Lambert Stuart, II K $ . . . . Pine Apple, Ala. 
Glenn Teasley, 0KN Memphis, Ala. 

Cheer Leader ( 1 ) . 

Annie Dee Thornton .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Student Mission Band (1). 



Gladys Timmons 



Earl Tomlinson. II K ■!> 



. . . . Gadsden, Ala. 



. Huntsville, Ala. 



Lem Travlor, II K <l> Wedowee, Ala. 

Hubert Vice, II K <l> Birmingham, Ala. 

Glee Club (l). 






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( OKI uj Wi ii k i . Binningham, Ala. 

I- W. Wi - Birmingham, Ala. 
I imiii VVmi m n . Birmingham, Ala. 

BAtNi i i w . • :s~ ii K \ . Headland, Al i. 

rtiOM V> W S,!N, I TO} . \ I 

ria*A D. w \m 1 l \ . Birmingham, Ala. 

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Gkoym Williams, SAX. . . Montgomery, Ala. 

Vbrnon Wi.vford Birmingham, Ala. 

Hiram Wnc, SAX Birmingham, \ 

Eari Wright, UK* Wedowee, 

Brewer Yoncue, n K + Lincoln, Ala. 

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Chester C. Dillon, Head Quack 

Coach Dillon has added to his laurels as a coach. He has the distinction of never having 
lost a football game to Southern. Coach had many difficulties and deserves much credit for 
the way he has handled them. This year was very successful and we are proud of the 
Bulldogs and their coaches. 

Lovick. P. McLANEj Line Coach 

Coach "Mac" is another reason why Howard had such a good 1928 season. lie kept the 

line in tip-top condition. Scouting is also a specialty of his and he did a good job of it. 

McLane is also basketball coach and he added much to his tine coaching record with the 
1929 quintet. 

William H. Bancroft, Freshman Coach 

After serving Howard four years as a star in practically every sport, Billy continues with 
his Alma Mater on the coaching staff. Beginning the year as Freshman mentor, he was drafted 
during the season for work with the varsity backfield. Billy deserves praise for his work with 
both teams. 

JOHNNY Wii.kixg, Assistant Freshman Coach 

"Yank" was an understudy of Bancroft and had charge of the Rats 
mentor was required elsewhere. He worked hard and deserves the praise 
showing th Bullpups made. 

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Cl ii M >\ II \kkis. Captain 

Popular vott <>t both the students and players, acclaimrd "Bud" t<> be our in<>>t 
popular player of the season. It other \<>tc>. were taken we're sure he'd rank .i^ 01 
the most valuable. "Mini" has spent four years in .1 Crimson and Mine jersej and \\r 
wisli he could spend four more. Red Grange hasn't a thing <>n "Bud" when it comes 
tn hard-hitting. 

Miss Is! I I I 1 || \KKI I . SpOltSOT 

II UtOl D I'ki EMAN 1/ 

Freeman has worked hard with l*>tli teams, supplying theii ever) need. Ever) 
player i^ indebted to him t<>i Ihn helpfulness and the students owe him .t debl 

tmlf for tin - efficient wa) in ulmli he l> i- h.milli-il his duties. 




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(Front, from left) — Aycock, VanBuskirk, Bullard, Flannagan, Bradley. Griffith. B. Harris. Captain; 
Roberts. (Second row) — Davis, Rhudy, Morgan. Morris, Paine, Mr-Donald. Tomlinson, Fisher. (Third 
row) — Gilmer, H. Harris, Hargrove, Varnell, Burns. J. Garrett, Hicks. (Fourth row) — Inman, Spicer, 
Sudduth, W. Garrett, Weeks, Gilbert, Vance, Dillon. (Fifth row) — Eagles, Barton, Colley, Dow, 
Williams, McLane, Clark. 



Clifton (Bud) Harris, Captain, II. B Cave Springs, Ga. 

"Bud" showed what a "Georgia Cracker" can do playing football. At all times, "Bud" was in 
the game to the height of his ability. Those who have seen him in action know that he is one of 
the best backs Howard has ever had. He will be missed from the squad next year. 

Chester (Shorty) Griffith, Tackle Cave Springs. Ga. 

Playing his last year for Howard, "Shorty" reached his greatest form. In the line he proved a 
mainstay, always fighting hard. For three years he held his position and no one played more cred- 
itably. It will take a good man to fill his place. 

Sam Bradley, H. B Anniston, Ala. 

Sam got off to a goodstart his freshman year, helping in a great way to beat the Cubs that year. 
Since, he has continued to "strut his stuff," and several teams will testify to that, because it was 
his speed that beat them. Good in every department of the game, Sam was a consistent player. 

Donald VanBuskirk, Q. B La Junta, Col. 

"Busky" piloted the team through a successful season. At times his head work, at times his 
ground gaining won games for us. Much praise is due him for the outcome of the Southern game. 
He has another year and prospects are good before him. 

Haywood Hargrove, End Memphis, Tenn. 

A recruit from the freshman squad of last year, Haywood has taken up where others have left 
off and he has shown that he is a great player. In almost every game he proved to the spectators 
that he was where he belonged. 

Dwight (Ox) Clark, Tackle Birmingham. Ala. 

"Ox" and "Shorty" playing opposite each other made a well-balanced line. "0\" has plenty of 
weight and made his opponent know it. This was Clark's last year and the Howard mentor will 
find it rather difficult to replace him. 

RussEL Bullard, II. B Dayton Beach, Fla. 

"Bullard is some ball toter." This was the comment of all who witnessed this spohomore in 
action. With such speed, he proved elusive and the opponents often dived into mid-air. His run 

for a touchdown in the Soul hern game made history. 

Glenn Vance, End Birmingham, Ala. 

"Glenn's experience and ability put him to an advantage. This is bis last year and he will he 
missed for he was just getting right. He was good in every department and proved a constant 
threat to opponents. 

Sam Spicer. Captain-elect, End Andalusia, Ala. 

Sam finished bis second year on the varsity in great fashion. His ability to snag passes won for us 
many games. Opponents couldn't come around his end. In selecting him for Captain next year the 
team has chosen a real leader in the sport. 

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John (Red) (i\KKiu / . />' Ubertville, Ala. 

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M rcHELi Blrns / . /.' Birmingham, Ala. 

ontlnued in- ■ I n n He 

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Raymond I) wis. Center Anniston, Ala. 

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I.m ii Rhudy, A Iternati capt., Guard Birmingham, Ala. 

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R<n Wiiii wis. Guard Anniston, Ala. 

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Rayburn Fisher, Q. B Cullman. Ala. 

id. (quad H ' .1 with i 

inlcii- 'in- deportment. In .ill round p] .1 him. i 

w ill Li II 

I ROBI Rl - ( )nei)iit.i. Ala. 

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Harold H \kris. End' Winfield, Ala. 

ii. helped 

Solon (Soup - n m, Center Birmingham, Ala. 

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James (Tip) Colley, TackU Troy, Ala. 

"Til r with us .ni.i i> i 

Ron (Buckey) l'i \\\\<;w. /'. B Anniston, Ala. 

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Howard J ' , Miami 
Grady Gilbert, £W Boaz. Ala. 

This was Grady's first year of varsity experience. With two more years and his ability, lie will 
he a valuable man to Howard. 

Frank (Red) Aycock, Q. B Selma, Ala. 

This was "Red's" second year and he was seen in service a great deal. Although small and light, 
he runs well and his prospects are good for next year. 

Buey Tomlinson, End Hartselle, Ala. 

Buey has tried for his first time for the varsity and made a good showing. He is made up of 
speed and determination. 

Lawrence Weeks, Guard Anniston, Ala. 

Lawrence has shown the whole team how to hustle He has played his last year and will be 
hard to replace. He has played an important role in the success of the team. 

Clarence Morgan, End Mobile. Ala. 

Morgan has combined experience with hard work and made a good man. He will be missed in 
the corporation next year. 

Wheeler Garrett, Tackle Albertville, Ala. 

Little "Red" is following in the steps of his brother. As a new wearer of the cleats he has 
stepped out as a first-class gridder. 

Horace (Hoke) Dew, Guard Anniston, Ala. 

Even during his first year on the varsity, "Hoke" has made the rest hustle to keep up witli him. 
Two more years ahead of him and he'll be one of the mainstays of the squad. 

Jack Finklea, Assistant Athletic Director Monroeville, Ala. 

Jack lias given his all to keep the team in good shape. A better assistant couldn't be found. 

Emmett (Cooney) Morris. F. B Gardendale, Ala. 

"Cooney" has shown his ability in bis first year, lie will return next year to gather more laurels 
for Howard and himself. 

W. C. McDonald. II. B Fairfield, Ala. 

Little "Mai-" was light, but was right their. Two more years should make him a valuable man. 

James Varnell, Guard Scottsboro, Ala, 

Jimniie showed up with great promise. He's one with stickabllity. 

Woodfin Caine, End Blalock, Ala. 

Woodfln helped the team Immensely. We are sorry thai he's having us this year. 

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First Row: Holley, Hinson, Clark, Bondurant, Cox, Carmichael, Phillips. 
Second Row: Bettison, George, Brown, Aldredge, Garrett, Cunningham, Hammil, Moore. 
Third Row: Wilking (Coach), Stewart, Kinney, Britt, Hayes, Parks, Bancroft (Coach). 
Fourth Row: Copeland, Hudson, Lancaster, Finklea, Barger, Cleve, Kelley, Nuwali.ey. 
Fifth Row: Irvin, Dunlap. 



Review of Bullpup Season 



Our Rats played brilliant football during the 1928 season and lost onlv 

*two games — one of them the first Bullpup defeat by the Birmingham- 
Southern Cubs. Next year's varsity will be strengthened as it has been by 
most of the freshmen teams for the last few years. Opening the season 
against the strong Baby Tide of Alabama, the Bullpups put up a stubborn 
fight which left them only thirteen points behind the Alabama frosh at 
the end of the game The Pup reserves in a pre-schedule game the week 
before the Alabama tilt tied with Southern Military Institute, 12-12. 
Troy Normal proved to be the easiest opponent the Bullpups met during 
the season, and the frosh came out ahead 25-0. In the Chattanooga game, 
the rats reached the peak of their form and the strong Tennesseans 
were humbled, 7-0. The following week the Birmingham-Southern rats, 
rated as the underdogs, came through with a long pass to win over the 
Bullpups, 6-0. An "outlaw" team of freshmen and upperclassmen defeated 
Florence Normal, 6-0, on the same afternoon that the Bullpups defeated 
Troy Normal. 

The 1928 frosh team was exceptionally strong in the backfield, both regu- 
lars and reserves. Next year's varsity will get eight backs who should 
make good men, Captain Britt, Bettison, Clark, Brown, Lancaster, Garrett, 
The linesmen were: Parks, Cbitwood, Kennamer and Long, ends" 

and Cunningham, tackles; Carmichael and Bondurant, guards; Allredge, center. 

Billy Bancroft, Howard's favorite star of a few year's back, served as freshman coach, 

work was of such high grade that he will be assistant varsity coach in 1929. Johnny Wilking, 

making his debut as line coach, showed much ability. 




George and Holley. 



Kelly 

and his 



Bill Grimmer served faithful 
their welfare on the trips. 



Rill Grimmer, Manager 

as manager, keeping the Pups well supplied, and looking after 



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"Mitch" l!i rns, Captain 

"Mitch" led the Howard five through .1 successful 
court year. He is made ol such stufl .1- makes •_:< »• >< 1 
basketball ti-.nn-. Man} fans have watched "Mitch" 
through In- careei .it High School and Howard, and 
have always been satisfied with the wa) he "«li'l things up." 

Jdii \ \<i W \ 1 son, Man 

Johnnj hails from Lincoln, the home <>t othei stars. 
Even though a Freshman, Johnnj was -tinted for the 
position <>t manager bj hi- teammates and has satisfied 
them in the \\.i\ he lu- handled it. 

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Basketball 



Captain Mitchell Burns, Guard 

"Mitch" has provi d his worth in more than 
one feld. He plays consistently and at guard 
he was hard to beat, as any of his opponents 
will testify. The success of the team is in a 
large part due to his success as a player. He 
has another year and should again prove of 
great value. 



Harold Peace, Forward 

Harold has played his last, but leaves a great 
record. He has been one of the leading scon rs 
for the team since he began playing. Although 
small, be has sped and accuracy. He rarely 
missed shots and kept his man well in hand. 
He played a beautiful game and it is sure 
that he will be greatly missed next year. 



Dwight Clark, Guard 

"Ox," too. has finished his basketball career 
with the Bulldogs. His long suit was keeping 
the opposition from scoring, yet he proved ol 

great value on making baskets when the chance 
came his way. 



Fermon VlCKERY, Guard 

Vickery was one of the best guards to play 
in Birmingham the past season. He did not 
stop there, for he was seen at forward almost 
as often as he was at guard. His floor work 
was excellent, his shots accurate and his guard- 
ing above reproach. He and Peace were high 
point men of the season. 



Glenn Vance., Guard 

Glenn was a consistent player with plenty oT 
ibility. He did not fail to show that ability 
when he got the chance. His long suit was 
guarding, i>ut he was a frequent scorer. This 
is his last year and he will be sorely missed. 



Grady Gilbert, Center 

Grady, playing his lirst year on the varsity, 
has shown great ability. II has demonstrated 
that he is a center of high calibre by his 
ability to get the tip-off and to follow the play. 
Most crip shots that he got were good for 
points. He lias another year and should show 
up e\ en be) I er. 



Jack Clark, Forward 

Although .lack was out for a year, he came 
hack and made a good showing. lie was last, 
accurate and showed great form. We are sorry 
that he won't be hack for the next season, as 
tins was his last year. 



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Front Row: George, Taylor, Clark, Bettison, Brown, Hollev, Parks. 
Second Ro<w: Clark, .7.?.$/. Coach; Waggoner, Saxders, Wiggington, Wimberlin. 



Freshman Season 

Our Bullpups made a good showing despite several re- 
verses. The beginning of the season gave considerable 
promise but several men were lost to the varsity and it 
seems that the boys never got over it. The Cubs won out 
over the Pups. 

The Bullpups finished in fourth place in the city prep 
league. They were in third place most of the time but 
were nosed out toward the close of the season. Several 
valuable men were discovered who should add much to 
the varsity next year. Parks made a splendid showing. 
Among the others who should be mentioned especially 
arc, Captain Brown, Clark, Hollev, ^Yiggingto^ ami 
Bettison. 





"Mi i>" II \kriv Captain 

"Bud" began in the spring to show i.ms just the kiml 
i>[ a captain In- could be. It's not often that a man lias 
the honoi <it being captain ol two major -i>< > i r^ in the 
same year. .\n<l "Bud" has done just that. 

"Sin r\ " St i >i >i i ii 

"Soupy" stuck tu ln-s friends nt football tame and 
helped them bj being their manager on the diamond. 
Always around when needed, "Soupy" lias gained the 
admiration and respect ol ever] player and fan. 




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"Ox" Clark, Outfield 

Big enough to knock his opponent over, "Ox" was always in with that "fight and win" spirit. 

"Mitch" Burns, Third Base 

Mitch seems to be a man of many actions when it comes to athletics. Playing the backfield in 
the fall, the center during basketball season, and occupying the third bag in the spring. Howard 
is justly proud of him. 

Sam Spicer, Catcher 

Sam began his career with a great wind-up. He possesses a strong right arm, great deter- 
mination and plenty of grit. Sam will be with us for two more years. 

Cliff Brown, Pitcher 

Cliff did some effective hurling for the squad during the 1928 season, and will be among those 
missing next spring. 

"Soupy" Sudouth, Manager 

"Soupy" proved himself to be just about the most efficient manager the Crimsons and Blues 
have ever boasted. He easily gained the favor of the coach and members of the team by his 
pleasing service. 

"Billy" Bancroft, Shortstop 

The triple threat, a mainstay, has played his last for the old school. As in every other 
sport, Bill played the diamond game well. 

Owen Dees, Pitcher 

Dees has also played his last for Howard. He played it with a sigh and the sigh echoed all 
through the stands. He has been one of the most consistent players Howard has ever had. 



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"Hoss" Knight, Infield 

II,.** pi ived to be one ol th<- most capable fielders evei t" patrol the gardens on Berrj Field, 
and his loss i" tin- squad «ill be .1 serious blow. 

I.I I Robi K is. Outfit lil 
thcr man who makes his opponents moan. Playing his tir-t season in 1 \ ir^it \ -hirt, 
hr shone .1* one ol the best. 

Hi !• II \rris. Captain, Second />' a 

■ ;d" i- tin- fellow ^ ho plays everything. Il<- iliil some swell performing at the second sack 
and snagged the hot ones whenevei and wherever found. Hi- w>rk featured man) .1 game 
during the '-•- season. 

\\ . 11. \h Don ms Outfield 

Mac" hails from Winfield, and shows us just what tin- place does in turning out stars. 
has played t«" years and has one more al Howard. 

II. V. ( int)i>\\ i\ . I'll, //, - 

From the triad "t pitchers Howard has been able t" boast of, (■ I \s in «ill be the- onl) one 

tn return t" the hurler's l"'\ next year. With two years ahead ol him, we're -ur< to witness 
some good \M>rlv. 

S \m Mr \di 1 n . Outfield 

Sam has played some good football ilurinc hi- thru- years it Howard, and compiled quite a 
record rot himself. It will be .1 searching j"l> t" find someone to take hi- place. 



Jim C vwthorn i . Fu >/ fl 

Jim has played hi- last i;.im<- t^r Howard, and has hrM down the first sack in fine style. II 
swung .1 mean bat and ».i- one "t tin leading pellet smackers on tin- team. 






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Front Row: Aiken, Davis, Kent, Hinson, Brut. 
Second Row: Foster, Finklea, McLendon. 






Freshman Baseball Season 




"An extraordinary team!" "The best Howard has ever had." These and many other such 
comments were made about the Howard freshmen nine last spring. The rats defeated some of the 
best college frosh and prep teams in the state, to say nothing of the various local teams which 
were defeated. The Panther Cubs were licked three out of four times. "Lefty" Coleman, who 
later in the year pitched a no-hit, no-run game against A. M. I., hurled the Bullpups to the 
first victory over the Cubs, 5-2. Ben Skelton, 1929 varsity mainstay, won the second, 5-1. 
The third went to the Cubs, 8-5, but Coleman came back in the last, and pitched shut-out ball 
for an 8-0 decision. 

The rats opened the season with three games in Anniston. Anniston High School was defeated, 
4-0, and two victories were chalked up over the Alabama Military Institute. Coleman, Skelton 
and Kent showed up well on the mound and Watson, star second baseman, came through with 
two home runs during the series. Coleman again demonstrated some excellent hurling the 
next week by holding the Alabama frosh to 2-2 tie, and followed this with another tie, this 
time a 1-1 draw with the A. P. I. rats at Auburn. The next day the Auburn frosh won, 13-4. 
Two easy victories followed, the Bullpups defeating Troy Normal, 26-2, and 6-1. Several local 
teams were defeated in less important games. The following line-up was used in most of the 
games: Davis, c. ; Bains, lb. ; Watson, 2b.; Aikin, ss. ; Mann or Foster, 3b.; Britt, Morris and 
Hinson, outfield; Coleman, Skelton, Kent, McLendon, Bruce and Hinson, pitchers. 
Eddie McLane, who will take over the job of head coach in i929-'3o, and "Slick" Lollar, a 
Howard star of the past, coached the rats in the spring of 192S, and their work had much to do 
with the record made by the Bullpups. Jack Finklea managed the frosh team so well that he 
earned the job as varsity baseball manager for 1929. 





[•RAINING SCENES ( AMP ANDRI w S 

■:,,/. th, A'//; . barked to Camp An, It, ..v. ./• 

koti nuiili at th, m a In/, there. Both teams an <h',,.n. including Coach 
and Mrs. "Dizzy"; Coach" Mac" putting th, Dogs through s',m, up-setting exercx 
getting s ..tlum; that <•!> varsity a 



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Officers 

Roy Williams President 

Lawrence Weeks rice-President 

Ravburn Fisher Secretary 

Solon Sudduth Treasurer 

Miss Margaret Hassler Sponsor 



Members 

Frank Aycock Cheer Leader 

Russel Bullard Football 

Sam Bradley Football 

Mitchell Burns Football 

Woodfin Caine Football 

Dwight Clark Football 

J. O. Coi.i.ky, Jr Football 

Raymond Davis Football 

Raybukn Fisher Football 

Harold Freeman Football 

John Garrett Football 

John Will Gay, Jr Tenuis 

Grady Gilbert Basketball 

Chester Griffith Football 

Hayward Hargrove Football 

Clifton Harris Football 



Harold Harris Football 

W. M. Herbert Tennis 

W. B. McDonald Football 

J. C Miller, Jr Tennis 

Clarence Morgan Football 

Harold Peace Tennis 

Chester Quarles Cheer Leader 

Lee Roberts Football 

Louie Rhudy Football 

Sam Spicer Football 

Solon Sudduth Football 

Donald E. VanBuskirk Football 

Glenn Vance Football 

Fermon Vickery Basketball 

Lawrence Weeks Football 

Roy Williams Football 










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Girls' H Club 

The Girls' II Club of Howard College was organized in 1928 for the purpose of pro- 
moting athletics for the girls oi Howard. 

OlIUIKs 
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Lucille Dyar Via President 

\I\kih\ IIvkkis Secretary 

Bernadini Moosi Treasurer 

Ch \R1 1 R Ml MB! Rs 

Aleeni Blackburn Ruth Jones 

\1 \kiii \ Dardi n Claritta Kendricks 

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Chester Quarles 

Head Cheer Leader- 
It is seldom that a college honors a student by making him 
a cheer leader four consecutive years, but Howard has 
thought enough of Chester Quarles to do this. For two 
years he has held the position of head cheer leader. 

W. M. Herbert 

"Pinkey" Herbert is not exactly new in the field of cheer 
leading as tin's is his second year to serve as assistant. 



Otis Lawson 

Otis Lawson, sophomore, served his first term as cheer 
leader this year. 





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Forensic Committee 



Victor Jones Chairman 

Maurine Slaughter Secretary-Treasurer 



W. L. Crumpler 
Irene Hacker 



Elizabeth Otwell 
Rov Thomas 



Girls' Debating Team 

Maurine Slaughter Susie Gulledge 



Men's Debating Team 



Charlie Dobbins 
Victor Jones 
W. L. Crumpler 
Ed Nunnalley 



J. T. Hallmark 
Andrew Prewitt 
Claude Moore 
Harry Cohen 



The Forensic Committee is composed of six members; three from the Girls' Debat- 
ing Council and three from the Boys' Debating Council. 

The Debating Councils are open to any boy or girl at Howard College, interested 
in debating. 

Intercollegiate debates are held every year. Following are some of the teams the 
Men's Debating Council will meet: Mississippi College, University of Mississippi, 
Auburn, Ashbury College, University of Florida, University of Alabama, YVofford 
College, Wake Forest College, William and Man College, Birmingham-Southern. 
Opposing the Girls' Council will be University of Alabama, Florence Normal, Jack- 
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Student Body Officers 

Charles G. Dobbins President 

Rayburn J. Fisher Vice-President 

Margaret Bass Secretary 

Frank Avcock Treasurer 

Mrs. J. G. Dobbins Sponsor 







Student Council 
Charles G. Dobbins, President of Student />'«./>• 

Si \iur R] pr] si \ i \i i\ i s 

Elizabeth I \\\-'>\ Marcarei Hassler 

:{ m rii Foster ll \kiu d ll \kki^ 

1 1 \ioR Representatives 

S\k\ i1'h>\ik l mn Iinii Bascom Woodward 

SOPHOMORl R] PR] si \ i \ i i\ i s 
Virginia Bishop Maxweli I \m. \> i i k 

I'ki Ml M \\ RePRESENTAI IV] 

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The 1929 Entre Nous 

Officers 

Eleanor Sudduth Editor 

William Holbrook Business Manager 

Mrs. Carson C. Sudduth Sponsor Editorial Staff 

The production of the iQ2g Entre Nous has been a play 
Time: 1929 Place: Howard College 

Producers Actors Background and Scenery 

Editor and Business Manager Some Members of the Staff Other Members of the Staff 

Stage Hands 
Photographer, Engravers, Printers 

Our aims have been high. Accept this book. If you like it tell us. If you don't — tell someone else. 




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V v s - i* ,v -> Hacker, Alfred l'i «mim i i>. Ethbi Miller . . C/«uj 

Win Gay, Jr., Lucille Dyar tthletie 

Lawson, 1 • is / r/ 

m Woodward Fraternity 

DoRonn Chu hiess Vircinja Bishop . roritj 

iter, Frances Fbrrei feature 

Mattie Matthews, Evelyn Goes Organization 

Cy Reed Humor 

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The Howard Crimson 

A newspaper published weekly by the students of Howard College. 

Officers 

Codie D. Bell Editor 

Raymond G. Knight Business Manager 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bell Sponsor Editorial Staff 




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Editori u Sim i 

>C.VI u Gay, .Ik /.. / ^, rj 

I W. Waiters, Sara < knincham, Vancb Johnson . . Femlmi I 

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I - i, Beatrice Newman / . ... / 

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The Bull Pup 



Davis C. Woolley Editor 

Eleanor Sudduth Business Manager 

The Bull Pup, or Student's Handbook, commonly called the Rat Bible, published 
every summer by an editor and a business manager elected by the "Y's," is issued 
under the auspices of the Howard Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. 




The Quill 



Chari.es G. Dobbins Editor 

\\ . L. Crumpler Business Manager 

Bii.lie Ellis, Eleanor Sudduth Issociate Editors 

Maurice Lipiansky, Olin Reed . . Assistant Managers 

Sigma Upsilon and Chi Delta Phi, honorary literary fraternities of men and women, 
publish in a quarterly magazine the literary endeavors of Howard students and 
alumni. Officers for the publication are selected from the membership of the two 
fraternities. 



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Sigma Upsilon 
National Honorai j Literal j I rati rnitj 



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Purpose: To band together in a brotherhood, the men whose common 
interests center around literature for mutual help and for the purpose 
oi developing a greater interest in literature on the campus. 



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Chi Delta Plii 

National Honorary Literal) Fraternit) i"i Women 
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Eleanor Sudduth Vitt President 

Mildred Golsan . . Secretary 

Nwo Elgin Treasurer 



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Purpost : To form .1 body <>t women, who, b\ their interest in literature 
and by their influence will uphold tin- highest ideals <it a liberal edu- 
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The Woman s Student Organization 

Officers 

Sara Cunningham President 

Augusta Piatt Vice-President 

Irene Hacker Secretary-Treasurer 

Mary Glenn Reynolds Reporter 

Council 
Lella Byrd Beasley Jewel Moseley 

Mary Mason Elspeth McDonald 

Mattie Matthews Annie Lou Whiten 

Purpose of the Organization 

i. To form an organization which shall bind the women students closer together 
and thereby enable them to function more efficiently. 

2. To aid the Administration in building a "Bigger and Better Howard.'* 

3. To create a spirit among the members to attain the "Standard of Excellence." 

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Naomi Wells President 

Ikim Hacked . . . / „, r>, xident 

Asm Moom . Secretary 

Ki hi Wilbanks . .... . . Treasurer 

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Eloisi I \>-mik Junior Representation 

M \m Fayi Kimk Sophomort Rt /" 

Ass \ Si i \V\kkis . President of First Wing 

Josephini Cacli President of Second Wing 



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Honorary Society, Founded, 1922 

This is a society, the purposes of which are to emphasize the importance 
of the highest proficiency in student scholarship, and to stimulate indi- 
vidual ambition by making membership in it the reward for notable 
excellence in studies and for notable service to the college. Members 
are elected from the faculty, the graduates and the undergraduates of 
the college. Undergraduates are elected from those members of the 
Senior Class who have maintained a grade of "A" in a majority of their 
courses for the whole period of their stay at college. Faculty members 
and alumni alumnae are elected on the ground of notable scholarship, 
the achievement of honors for themselves in college, or the rendering 
of noteworthy service to the college. 



John C. Dawson 
P. P. Burns 
Ruth Morris 
Bennie Spinks 



Charter Members 

J. A. Hendricks 
James B. Trant 
Annie Boyett 
John E. Brewton 



E. E. Cox 
Gladys Falkner 
J. P. Hall 
Eunice Sloan- 



Undergraduates of 1929 

Robert Bruce Caine, Jr. Mattie Matthews 

Sara Cunningham 

Nancy Elgin 

John Will Gay, Jr. 

Evelyn Giles 



Mrs. Lottie B. Murphree 
Othelia Nichols 
John Rushing 
Virginia Wittmeier 




Hypatia 
Pounded al the I niverut] <>t Alabama in i 

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Loutsi Church President 

Evelyn Giles / ni 

\:k.;i\i\ Wiiimhu ... . Secretary 

Nell Burns . . . Tret 

S\k\ Cunningham Historian 

N \so ELGIN Monitor 

Hypatia is .1 national senior society t »>r girls. The purpose ol this organization 
i- to recognize and honor the attainments "t i;irl- in all phases "t college life. 

rhe members are chosen upon the ki*iv ol ilnir present usefulness to the institu- 
tion and promise ol future usefulness t" societj as indicated l>\ their po ion "t 

the following qualifications: 

weral scholarship Interest in Collect 

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Allied Arts Club 



Tom Ellis President 

Mildred Golsan . ... Vice-President 
Lazelle Roberts Secretary 



Herbert Etheridge .... Treasurer 

Truman McGonical Reporter 

Edith Aksley Sponsor 



Mary Ruth Adams 
Edith Ansley 
Mary Moore Bain 
Velda Bates 
Lella Byrd Beasley 
Osce Bentley 
Ruth Bush 
Louise Church 
Eva Clark 
Gertrude Craig 
Martha Darden 
William C. Davis, Jr 
Elliott Ellis 



Members 
Margaret Fitzpatrick Hazel Leveille 
Hollis Garrard 



Maurine Gipson 
Susie Gulledge 
Clarice George 
Mardis Howle 
Aussie Hyatt 
\ r ANCE Johnston 
Elizabeth Jordan 
Charles Kroelinger 
Eloise Lasseter 
Louis Lauria 
Elizabeth Leslie 



Maurice Lipiansky 
W. D. Manasco 
Harry Markstein 
Mary Mason 
Truman McGonigal 
Helen McNeil 
Charles McRee 
Frankie Nuckols 
Allen Orton 
Sara Hargrove 
Margaret Hassler 



Ruby Orton 
Elizabeth Otwell 
Chester Quarles 
Crawford Reed 
Olin Reed 
Omer Reed 

Mary Glenn Reynolds 
Lazelle Roberts 
Louise Sanders 
Sylvia Sisson 
Eleanor Sudduth 
Joe Vaughn 
Gladys Wright 






Purpose: To foster that which is upbuilding in a student's life in the 
four allied arts, namely, Literature, Music, Dramatics and Handicrafts. 




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Miss Ei i \\<>k Si i>iu m, Sponsor 



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'ounded at Howard in .927 ,,,,! strives ... give Howard the rerj best in modernisticalli ar- 
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Beta Pi Theta 

Honorary Literary French Fraternity 

Thrta Nu Chapter 

Establislied in 1926 
Colors: Royal Purple, Gold and White Flower: Fleur-de-Lis 

Officers 

Evelyn Giles President 

Lazelle Roberts Vice-President 

Louise Church Secretary 

Margaret Cates Corresponding Secretary 

Lella Byrd Beasley Treasurer 

Active Members 

Virginia Acton Margaret Hanlint Joseph Mariko 

Elizabeth Franks Sara Hargrove Eleanor Sudduth 

Max Lancaster 

Beta Pi Theta is a National Honorary French Fraternity, having chapters in various insti- 
tutions throughout the United States. Theta Nu Chapter of Beta Pi Theta was installed at 
Howard in 1926. The purpose of the fraternity is to organize representative men and women in 
universities and colleges who will, by travel, study, conversation, interest, influence and ability 
advance things cultivated in America; who will maintain the highest scholarship and literary 
standards; who will encourage consecration to social service and the highest ideals of a liberal 
education, and who will recognize and award merit in productive French literature. 

Membership in the fraternity is highly honorary and is conferred only on those who have 
general scholarship of a grade above the average. 





Siy'ma Sigma Kappa 
National Professional Honorarj Educational Sororin foi Women 



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Bi i\ Ch \ru r 

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Colors: Purple and White 



Officers 



M \k\ Ki i ii Adams .... 

Edres Farrei 

Edna CocowrrcH . 

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Society 

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H B[| ,l '' 1 ''! bj the facultj '1111111- tin- firsi year, the students grad 

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tion ni worth. In 1 <>jt 1 the Societj revised u> constitution and adopted 

.1 three fold purpos 

| 1 I In promote the ^tml\ oi science in .ill oi its aspe< ts. 

I o promote .1 relationship and understanding <»i the different 
sciences. 

I i> create .1 spirit for .1 biggei and better School oi Science 
in Howard College. 



( )| I II I Ks 

Cati - Presidt nt 

P w id Booki k Vice-President 

I kim Hi hums ... Secretary 

1 1 < > 1 1 1 -> Garrard Treasure! 

(1 \ki si 1 1 wdii wi . . R t porti r 

Mi \ii;i ks 

M ktagui Adams Raymond Knighi 

Marietta Alper Ci \ki st i Landham 

Dai in Booki k Ik \ Lowi k> 

HOW \KI1 C\KIIK .\l I I S I 1SIIM X 

I'M I CATES I . I. PAYNI 

I U K COMPTON I lEORGI Pi I N \\l 

I \mi- Cow \s Inns Ki miisi. 

Hoi 1 1- ci \kk\kii \'\i. Winn not si 

Ikisi Godwin O. II. Westbrook 

II \u ki\< 1 wii .. w \i n ks 



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Pharmacy Club 



Offici ks 

Hi ur Hays ..... . /■, 

C, II. Bl uim\ . / / , ;/ 

Cl u i>i sm» ralcia . Srcrrlary-Ti 

1 Kl \l ( m i\ . . i 

Ml MBI ks 

Em urn Aldridci . Brooksville, Via. Grai Mulleni Roanoke, \ 

\l\\ Bains . Blountsvilli \ Herschei K\i . \l., 

C. II Blanton . Lafayette, \ I. \V. Kimkoi . Brundii 

Mrs N Doka dson . Bessemer, Via. II. I. K>h.ik> . Birmi igham, \ i 

■ Dybss . Brundidge, Ala. J. B. Scarbrouch . . Gadsden, 

Iiu\t Godwin . Birmingham, Ala. Wi iam Shamburger . ruscaloosa, Ala. 

Pierci Graves. . Birmingham, Ala. Ci.audi Smeralgia . Birmingham 

Si i Hawkins K.i\ Mm, ii,. \ . \ Stephen-son Greensboro, 

Blair Hays . . . . . Cullman, Ala. t'\Ki Vines . Bessemer, Ala. 

J. !'• 1 intrip . ... Birmingham, Ala. W. W. Walker. Ik. . Birmingham, 

J. K. O'Brien Birmingham, Ala K. D. Weaver . Mi > \ , 

II. (>. Moori . Birmingham, A O. II. Westbrook . . Gadsden, Ala. 
\ \i- Whiti hoi se . . . Birmingham, .\ 

I !u Pharmacy Department, placed .11 Howard in 1927, brought tin need ■>! an organization 
in enable the students ol Pharmacy to work more efficientl) and 1- .1 group, ["his organization 
has 1 thre< fold purpost 1 v> promote interest in Pharmacy; 2 to make this depart 
better known on tin- campus, in Greater Birmingham, throughout Alabama and elscwhen ; ; t- 
offer programs which will In- of interest and value to the Pharmacj student 



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Alpha Dpsilon Delta 

r M rnii) 

\ 

I • encourage excellence in prc-nicdical work In furnish 
which tin- student ma) strive during lux i>ic medical career. 
In bind togethei similarlj interested students. 

I bridge tlu- gap between the »i»mt ol the p re-medical school and that "i 
the school ol medicine. 

\i i'ii \ Bl i \ Ch mti k 

/ : .1 1 1 :. n I. iu \\ 

Fratbr in Facultati 

l>K. I \ M I - It I ill K Brakefiblo 
Fratres IN C'ol I I GIO 

( )| I K I Ks 

I- M- Sucbmori President 

Ralph Poster ...... / i,„i 

HOI 1 IS l >\KK \KI) . v 

I. O. Coi LEY, Jr Treasure! 

Class 01 1929. 

J. D. Parrincton \il,. 

Ralph S. 1 ostbr . . . Luv< rne, Ala. 

- Garrard . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

•ci Putnam . Birmingham, Ala. 

N. C. Stephens Birmingham, Ala. 

Class oi 1930 

Mo.stacui Adams. ... Birmingham, Ala. 

- ' foi ( impbei i Headland, Ala. 

J. O. Coi ley, Jr I roy, Ala 

James A. Garreti 15irminuh.Mii. Ala. 

ire nci Lakdham \nniston, 

Ai 1 1 s Lindsi \ Boaz, 

r. J. Payne. Jr Dora, Ala. 

J. M. Sizemori Birmingham, Ala. 

II\\m\- Sloan ... Birmingham, Ala. 

Andrew Wilkerson Birmingham, Ala. 



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[ACK COMPTON . / " U I : /'• •■ /. ill 

I r. BROWDER . . . . . • S< . "II J / /. . /'',,/,/,/;/ 

\ i.i k i Dix . . Secretary 

0. W. Caine . / ' asun t 

Davis Wool 1 1 \ . K> port, i 



P \\ in Booki K 
I. 1. Browder 
Shi PPARO Kk\ w 
K. 15. Cainh, Jr. 
O. w. Caini 

I U'k COMPTON 



Cabini I 

|)hii\ COX 
l i i.i si Dennis 
Alberi Pl\ 
en \ri ii Dobbins 

Cm \ki i - \K K \i 
Ci w in Moor i 



Varoamak 
Norm in O'Neai 

h i \ sin i i 

I. D. Wll I INCH \\l 

I. A. Wll SON 

Davis Wooi i i \ 



llii- Voung Men's Christian Association is one "t the greatest organizations in tin 
world and rendi r* .i must profound service to humanity. 

llii- V M C. A. it II"". ml College has ittempted to .iiil the students in a moral, 
scholastic, physical and spiritual way. Although tin- purpose ol the organization has 
nut been accomplished .is full) as desired, there is a liri^ht <mt l<mk tor the future. 
Ever) male student is urged and expected to enlist in thi ^t and take an active 
pari in ever) activit) of the organization. During the past \t-.ir »r have ittempted 
to reach ever) student through socials, and weekl) meetings which have had 
speeches given b) leading men ol the college and city. I In- V. M. < V i abinel 
holds its meetings ever) other week and plans ways b) which the activities 't the 
organization ma) be fostered. 
Ma) the motto ,,t tin "\ . \l I \ it Howard College ever be, "( hrist Pre-eminent." 



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Officers 



M IRC \KI 1 II \"l I R . 

El 1/ IBI III I \\\n,is . 

Othelia Nichols . 

S \K \ Cl KN'IN'CHAM . 



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C \i:i\i I Ml Mill Ks 

Mattii Matthews 

Ei 1/ \r.i in Hi ii Evelyn I 

lit ITRICI NEWM \\ \\\i MOOKI 

S\K\ HOOVI R / \r.l Hi I 
Al CI STA I'lM I 

Mam Mason Helen Mi Neii 



Fri mi \i \\ Com miss 
Edith Ansi t\ Vircinia 1 in 

El 1/ Ml in DELAl s n \h\in 

V kc\ i n Advisor 

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Baptist Student Union Executive Council 



OFFICERS 

|) w i- i WOOLLI 

Beatrice Newman . 

tKNA SlH \\ VK> I \ . 

A .v kb Moor i 

\wn I hi Whitek . 

\ Dix . 

Irene Hacker . 

I \l. ^IKIU DM I IK I . 

\l\ k \ Vinson 

Proi ; -m>k k. I . Alexander . 

Dr. I. C. ni i\ ( kdi k . . . 



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A'. / 
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I U K COMPTON . 

Km en Flood . 
John Wii i Gay, Jr. 

II RMAN \|ik!R\ . 
I'll \K! i - P IBBINS . 

Lai v McCi i ! 
K. B. (Mm. Jr. . 
M \ki:\ki i II ISSI IK . 

[RENI II \. khK . 

P \\ i- C. Wool i i \ . 
\V. P. 1 1 « > i i \n\\ . 



Rl PRI si \ I \l |VI s 

... B. Y. P. U. 

. . . /;. ) p. i . 
/;. v /'. t . 

. . . B, ) P. V. 

Sunday 

>.//./ 

. . ). m. <:. i. 

7. U\ < . I. 

. . Student Minion Band 

Religious Education Club 

Ministerial tssoeiation 



1 In 1>. v I . i- .i union of all the n lig izations of the 

campus, w • »l-k i 1 1 ^ together through the I xecutivi Council to con 
and unif) the programs of these organizations. Ii is the purpose "I the 
organization to magnify Christ the Master in the campus life, t<> enlist 
the unlisted and to utilize Christian workers in denominational activity. 



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l >l I 1 1 I Us 

W. D. Hoi i u>\\ . Pn tiJmi 

hi \ Sill ii . I i, ■ l'i. a. I. in 

M \( K \\ MO . .... 

I. I . Browdi k . .Treasure! 

I. P WlLLINGHAM . / d i R ■ / '■> I " If/fl/i 



Ml MBI RS 



|. 1'. Browdbh 
Shi ppard I>k\ \\ 

B. B. Ii l KM- 

St. Ci \ik Bow i k 
l. D. Brown 
k \\ . Cai hoi n 

1. I . C'\l \ I Kl 

\v. !. Calvbri 
(iH Campbi I I 
Pi kk\ Ci w>s 
I. 0« \k Col i i v 

I'm Cook 

\\ 1 . Cm MP) I k 

I wii - Di \\\ 

Cnm DOTSON 

l'llDM \s I I I l< 

\. 11. ll'IH 

K\l I'M l'i OOD 
Cl w Hi kkiv; 
III DSON llu k> 

Vanci Johnson 

I. M. Logan 

II. l . Lyon 

( li s M \ki OW 
S\m Mayo 
Robert Miller 

Ci Al di MOORI 

l.. M. Nichoi a 

N'uKM w O'N'i \i 

r. c. Perdi i 



D. ( . Pi KU 
ANDRI W PRI will 

I i km\ Prh <i 
Chi sn k Qi \ki i i 

1 . \V. ROARK 
\\ . I . ROBUON 
ROBBRI (.\k\m\ 
N. I., (.n i ii \\n 

0. K. Gi \/i 

K \I I'M (ills 

S. II. Gl s ins 
W. II. II MUM 

A. D. Hewi m 

B. I . Hixon 

\v. I). Hoi i \i> \n 
\V. M. Holi \mi 
K. r. Hood 

1. i ». Hoppi R 
l\ i \ Smi i i 

I. A. Smallwood 
Ai r.i k i Smith 

I I >l I R S M I 1 II 

1'. K. I'oMII MIS 

M iik W'xkii 
Arnoi i) Wi \\ i k 

J. \V. W.I iv 

Emmi i i W'n i ini> 
J. D. Wn i inch \\i 
Davis C. Wooi i i i 

ii. i . \\ ■•■ii i \ 



I [ONOB \m Ml \II!I RS 

R. l>. Caini . Jr. John Ki shing 



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Student Mission Band 

Matthew 28:19-20 

Officers 

Irene Hacker President 

Tom Ellis Vice-President 

Lala McCullough .... Secretary-Treasurer 

Albert Dix .... Pianist 

W. L. Crumpler ... Chorister 

Norman O'Neai Reporter 

Members 

St. Clair Bowers Lerov Priest 

Perry Claxon Ivey Shuff 

Sallie Day Mary Stark 

B. F. IIixov Ruby Welch 

Elsie Johnson Annie Lou Whiten 

O. C. Moore Clifton Wooi.ley 







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FRATERNITIES 



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Men's Pan - Hellenic Council 

Officers 

Rayburn Fisher President 

Frank Aycock Vice-President 

John Will Gav, Jr Secretary-Treasurer 

Representatives 

Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Lambda Tau Sigma Xu 

Frank Aycock Chester Quarles Solon Sudduth 

Raymond Knight Sam Hart Kenneth Fuller 

Sigma Delta Chi Pi Kappa Phi 

Levert Gravlee John Will Gay, Jr. 

Clarence Morgan Bascom Woodward 

Chi Sigma Gamma Theta Kappa Nu 

J. B. Varnell Harold Peace 

Vance Johnson Rayburn Fisher 

Henry' Donahoo 





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Officers 

Mildred Golsan /'/,.;./,«/ 

Martha IIvkkiv Vice-Pi tident 

Virginia Wittmeier Secretary 

M \k\ s^ . • 1 1 Smu ii Trrasur, i 



.///>/;" Delta l'i 

M \k\ Si <■ 1 1 Smith 

M \Ki.\KI I 1) W 

Phi Mm 

Mn urn ii Goi SAN 
11m i \ McNi ii 

Delta /■!<! 

\ v. mi \\'i 1 1 » 
Nancy Elcin 



R] I'RI SBNTATIVES 

■na lota I'lii 
Ml RTICI SCOI ll I ii 

Rl III CiV. \\ l i l 

Beta Phi Alpha 

MARTHA II \KK1> 
S\K\II Cl NNINCH \M 

.///.//</ Delta l 

VlRCINIA W'll mi II K 
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Alph; 



Roll of Chapters 



University of Virginia 

William and Mary College 

University of Tennessee 

Southwestern Presbyterian College 

Transylvania College 

University of Richmond 

Vanderbilt University 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute 

University of Kentucky 

Louisiana State University 

North Carolina State College of Engineering 

and Agriculture 
University of Florida 
Missouri School of Mines 
Howard College 
University of Cincinnati 
University of California 
New York University 
Syracuse University 
Kansas State Agricultural College 
University of Washington 
University of New Mexico 
Southern Methodist University 
Cornell University 
Emory University 
University of Texas 
Davidson College 
Birmingham-Southern College 
Tulane University 
Hampden-Sidney 

Presbyterian College of South Carolina 
Washington and Lee University 
University of North Carolina 
North Cieorgia Agricultural College 
Trinity College 

Mississippi A. 



Georgia School of Technology 
University of Arkansas 
Millsaps College 
University of Missouri 
Southwestern University 
Ohio State University 
University of L'tah 
Iowa State College 
Rutledge University 
Pennsylvania State College 
University of Kansas 
Western Reserve University 
University of Illinois 
Beloit College 
Washington University 
Oregon Agricultural College 
University of Wisconsin 
University of Pennsylvania 
Carnegie Institute of Technology 
University of Colorado 
University of Minnesota 
Lombard College 
University of Nebraska 
University of Arizona 
University of Oklahoma 
Colorado College 
University of Michigan 
Purdue University 
Mercer University 
University of Alabama 
University of Denver 
Utah Agricultural College 
Wittenberg College 
University of Southern California 
University of Mississippi 
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now \kd COLLEC1 
BlRMINGH KM, \i \r.wi\ 



1'iir \ ti i lit :i I Clkllcd I !n I ic Nous: 

We're ■ wonderful organisation. We don't mind telling 
anyone thai we're the oldest tral on the campoa. 

\\ «■ live Ticai the ii i ii--' dormitory, which Is an added 
attraction to the new boys. The girls never stop in. 
ooremwi that's n gainst rales, i>ui we "yoo-hoo" at them 
from iip-Maiis windows, 

llong wiili ilic l'i Kappa I'his, we. in the s|im| t 

"Moss" Knight, edit the Crimson, li has been a ureal 
■access, financially, this year. We like to have the 
Business Manager In the house wiih us because passes 
c<> all the shows come In hand] lot rushing. 

Our prospects in athletics look prett) had wiili "llinl" 
ami "^liin" graduating, it the] ilo. And there jus( 

woni be an] more Georgia Club. 

W. <'■ McDonald has such a crack line to tell the 
hreshmen that we almost believe it ourselves. 

If jou need an] more noise tor the occasion, jusi hi 
me know. 

Insanely, 



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Sitfma Nu 



I oumli >! ii V'ii ijini > Miliiar) liutitul 



Hill Willi. 



I hi l '. lii' 
[OTA CH VPTI R 

/ .1 in /S~ij 

Fratres in Facultati 

O. S. Causei \ < .. Mosi 1 1 

w. 11. Ban< Km 1 



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0. \|. Bl MI I > 

G c;. Dobbins 

R E Iihir . 



I 1 ». 1 in 1 m . 
J. II. FRYB, Ik.. . 
I'. D. I i.'i DSMI 1 11 
I. I'. Goi Kin . 



1 1 IMI\ Bl \ II I \ . 

S. B. Mk w field 

I . CO! MS . . 

\l. B. Eacles . . 

W RLET FIELDS . 



I. N. Bl KSON . 
rHOMPSON IUkkv 

I ici Brow n . 

Rlll'.l K 1 ( " I 1 \ I . 



Fratres in Ohm gio 

Clas ■ 1 hjjij 

. . Luverne, Ala. K. P. Fuller . . . Demopolis, Ala. 

. . . Camden, Ala. I . \. McConkeli . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

. . . Luverne, Ala. S. B. Sudoi m Birmingham, Ala. 

(.'lass of IQJO 

l"r< >> . Ala. w. \l. Herbert .... Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. K. I. Long tanore, Ala. 

. . Ann. me All. I. W. Minor Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. I.. B. Waldrop . ... Bessemer, Ala. 

I. I. VarbrouCH Jasper, Ala. 

Class "j tgji 

. . Ensley, Ala I . 1 . Hi m Birmingham, Ala. 

Gamble Mines, Ala. w. ('. Lamberth . . . Alexander ( "w>. Ala. 

Alexander (itv, Ala. I. ('. McGehee . . . Ensley, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. <>. I>. Sparks . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. M. B. ["homas . . . Talladega, Ala. 

Class of 1 1) ,.' 

. Birmingham, Ala. 1. W. Pi nlap . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. J. ('. Foster . Opp \ 1 

Ellisville, Miss. J. II. Jones , ... Camden, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. I. I Wilkerson . froy, Ala. 









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Sigma Nu 



Roll of Chapters 



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University of Virginia 
Bethany College 
Mercer University 
University of Alabama 
Howard College 

North Georgia Agricultural College 
Washington and Lee University 
University of Georgia 
University of Kansas 
Emory University 
Lehigh University 
University of Missouri 
Vanderbilt University- 
University of Texas 
Louisiana State University 
University of North Carolina 
Mount Union College 
Kansas State Agricultural College 
University of Iowa 
Ohio State University 
William Jewel College 
University of the South 
University of Pennsylvania 
University of Vermont 
North Carolina State College 
Rose Polytechnic Institute 
Tulane University 
Leland Stanford University 
University of Nebraska 
Lombard College 
State College of Washington 
University of Delaware 
Brown University 
Stetson University 
University of Maine 
University of Nevada 
University of Idaho 
George Washington University 
West Virginia University 
University of Chicago 
University of Minnesota 
Iowa State College 
University of Arkansas 
University of Montana 
University of Washington 
Syracuse University 
Case School of Applied Science 



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Dartmouth College 

Columbia University 

Pennsylvania State College 

University of Oklahoma 

Western Reserve University 

University of Maryland 

Trinity College 

Bowdoin College 

University of Arizona 

Drury College 

Wesleyan University 

University of Wyoming 

Oklahoma A. and M. College 

University of Florida 

University of Tennessee. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

William and Mary College 

University of Utah 

Butler University 

Depauw University 

Purdue University 

Indiana University 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute 

Colorado Agricultural College 

Carnegie Institute of Technology 

Oregon Agricultural College 

Colgate University 

University of California 

Georgia School of Technology 

Northwestern University 

Albian College 

Stevens Institute of Technology 

Lafayette College 

University of Oregon 

Colorado School of Mines 

Cornell University 

University of Kentucky 

University of Colorado 

University of Wisconsin 

University of North Dakota 

University of Illinois 

University of Michigan 

Missouri School of Mines 

Washington University 

University of Miami 

University of Mississippi 



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.SIGMA NU FRATERNITY 

HOWARD i oi i i (.1 

Birmingham, \i kb \m\ 



Dear n>-i> Entre Nous: 

I'm onl] too ylail to (ell j ou "In we air BO | >< > | >i 1 1 :i i — 

especially writb the ladies. With such good»looklng can 

n> our c ri'w «.poiis, cK'n freshmen fall for us. 

With John Minor's roadster, Osce Bentley's reputation 
iiml "Husky's" football record, ire make the other frati 
brash a Itb shame. 

Probahl] our having "Pinker" He rb er t , the versatile 
cheer leader, has something i»> <l<> with our popularity, 

John Frye, ■ new addition to o»r domicile, makes the 
honor roll lor us, thus preserving our scholastic 

record, (That last is lor the benefit of the faculty.) 

\\ e are prouil to announce that the college lias given 
us a <le»s;l to the plot of ground ilirerth in trout of 

Montague. 

We don't rlick together like some of the fiats. We 
have athletes, politicians, scholars, musicians anil 
Charlie Dohhins. We invite all prospective freshmen 
to our house, anil if possible, help us pay for it. We 
bought the iliM»r-knocker last month. 

Hopefully yours. 



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pp. 

ii.. 'in i ml I imp 

\i I'll \ Eta Ch \rn r 

i . I April 

Prater in Facultati 

I Ull> I IH. \K I )|| I \KH 

Ik \ i k i s i\ CoLLF-GIO 
Class "t /• 
Andalusia, Ala. Bun Poi Birmingham, Ala. 

\ VVlLl Gai Ik. . Scottsboro, Via. Loun Km in . Birmingham, Ala. 

Class "i /';,'" 

I'm Cook . Birmingham, Ala. I. I. Payne, Ik. . Dora, Ala. 

II. v. Goodwin . Birmingham, Via Lei Roberts . . . Oneonta, Ala. 

Ci.ar.enci I wimwi Vnniston, Ala. Bascom Woodward . . . Lineville, Ala. 

Class "t tg , : 

Emmed Aldridgi Brooksville, Ala. Otis Lawson Birmingham, \ 

Ma* Bains . . . Blountsville, Ala. Emmeti Morris . Gardendale, \ i 

Edward Briti Boyles, Ala. Horaci McDanai .... Sipsey, \ i 

WiiiiMii Cobb Birmingham, Ala. Roberi Padgeti . South Pittsburgh, I mn. 

William C Davis, Jr. . , Birmingham, Ala, Kimn Shelton . Birmingham, Ala. 

Joi V \i chn Birmingham', Ala. 

Class of igjz 

|ames Amis . . . Birmingham, \ • Dan Miller . . Alb rtville, \ i 

Alex as Askew . . . Alexander City, Ala. Horaci Seymour . Alexander ( ii\. Ala. 

Ernesi Askin . Alexander City, Ala. Amos Smallwooo . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Collier Crow . . Albany, Ala. Winston Stewart . . . . P \ Via 

James Crow Vlbany, \ Eari Pomlinson . Huntsville, \ i. 

I i i.i si Dennis . , runnel Springs, Via I i \i Praylor . Wedowei \ i 

Emerson c.u Scottsboro, Ala. Huberi Vici . . Birmingham, V 

Emmeti [ackson . . Birmingham, V Conrad Welch . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Miii Jackson . . Birmingham, Via. Eari Wrichi . Wedowee, Ala. 

Uki wer Yoncue . .1 Via. 










THI NTRE ■ NOUS • OF • TWENTY 




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Roll of Chapters 



College of Charleston 
Presbyterian College of S. C. 
University of California 
Davidson College 
Wofford College 
Emory University 
Georgia School of Technology 
University of North Carolina 
University of Georgia 
Duke University 

Purdue University 
Mercer University 
Tulane University 
University of Oklahoma 
University of Florida 
University of Washington 
Oregon Agricultural College 
Iowa College 
Michigan State College 
Alabama Polytechnic Institute 



University of Nebraska 
Roanoke College 
University of Alabama 
Oglethorpe University 
Washington and Lee University 
North Carolina State College 
University of Illinois 
University of Tulsa 
Stetson University 
Cornell University 




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PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY 

I low \kd COLLECI 
BlRMINCH \M. \i \i; \\i\ 



i>. ii Ink Stingers: 

\\ i 1 1 1 mil new house we started the year ofl with a 
win/, riir onlj thing thai bothers as now are the 
|i.i\ ments. 

\i tin- beginning of the year we pledged nineteen men, 

our dog and l.amlliam's lord. (We Mill lia\c (lit- 

nineteen men.) in fact, tin- boys' dormltorj moved 

over. \\ «■ di)n*i mind ami iiu- rates an- jiim as cheap. 

Through Bascora Woodward we hold a Beat on the 
Student Council but \\<- don't broadcast the fact. 1 1> 
hook ur i r<w>k we cot him elected President of the 
Student Body. 

Jos Vaughn and Otis Lawson arc bringing glorj i<> our 
chapter — musically, artlstlcallj and bj good looks. 

!.«■«• Roberta hi our star football player. He tells jokes 
io the opponents while making a touchdown. 

We hare Influential alumni: llbert Lee Smith, Bob 
Rowland ami "Red" Gibson. 

Here's hoping the editor ami business manager ride in 

Cadillacs lliis spring. 



Sarcastlcall] yours, 



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Kratres in Collegio 

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II' irk Al Ma. Jbwbti Motley Birmingham Ma. 

Rayburn Iimhk . Cullman, \ Wn i u li. McDonald . Winfield, Ala 

John Garreti . Albertville, Ala. Harold Peaci . . Birmingham, \ 

Harold IIvkkiv . Winfield, Ma kn Vance , Birmingham, Ma 

William Ho rook Akron, \ Fbrmon Vickbri . Birminghai 

K w mono Yost . . . . falladega, Ala. 



Ill NR1 Donahoo . 

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Birmingham Ala. Grai Mullendori 

i ullm in, Ala. I om \- Pi icock . 
S wi Spk ik . . . And ilusia, Ala. 



K". Im , \ i 

Birmingh im \ 



Clasi '> l IQJ1 

John Barton Birmingham, Ala. Arnold Fuqua Birmingham \ i. 

Russi Bui wn Daytona Beach, I l.i. Haywood Harcrovi . Memphis, I 

Raymond Davis . . Annisi \ i Worth Roberts . Birmingham, Ala. 

Bui deLoacn Birmingham, Ala. Wa nu lit Robertson . Birmingham, \ • 

John Watson Lincoln, Ala. 



Joi Bi I I ISON . 
Gi i Carmich 

III KM \\ Cl IRK . 

Frank Crani . 
Cari os Ci \m\ 

Al BERT DlS .... 



Memphis, renn. S. 1. 1 1 \ li 



I nterprise, \ 
. Alex indria, \ 
. Dixi ina Ma 
.... Hill, \ 
. Mobile, Ala. 
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Jeffcoti . 
Ku mono Parks . 

[AMES RA1 . . . 
Bll I BOBINI 111 . 

R ssi Stili . 
Memphis, fenn 



. Anniston, Ala. 

Opp, Ala 

his I 

. Ensley, Ala. 

Anniston, Ala. 

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Roll of Chapters 



Howard College 

Birmingham-Southern College 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute 

University of Alabama 

Rollins College 

University of Florida 

Oglethorpe University 

Eureka College 

University of Illinois 

Hanover College 

Depauw University 

Rose Polytechnic Institute 

Franklin College 

Iowa Wesleyan College 



Simpson College 
Baker University 
Louisiana State University 
Centenary College 
Louisiana Polytechnic 
Clark University 
University of Michigan 
University of Minnesota 
Millsaps College 
Drury College 
Westminister College 
Culver-Stockton College 
Brooklyn Polytechnic 
Alfred University 



Wake Forest College 
North Carolina State College 
University of North Carolina 
Marietta College 
Baldwin-Wallace College 
Oklahoma City University 
Gettysburg College 
Thiel College 

Washington and Jefferson College 
Wofford College 
Randolph-Macon College 
Ilainpden-Sidney College 



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HOWARD COLLECI 
BlRMINCH wi. \i \r. wi \ 



Pear Pen Pusher* i 

\\ e are the largest organization on the campus — there 

i^ Mfet] in nnmln-1-. 

w e always pled|{e the boys from Cullman. it'- s Rood 
country, however, none <>i iu ever. u<> hack. 

We arc represented In the social world bj Willie l>. 
McDonald, .lack Clark and Blair Hays. 

We have Russel Bollard, the li'l guj from Florida. 

Me \n .1- on the rarsitj football -.quail all season. He 
didn't always plaj because coach was holding bun as 
a psychological threat; some ol the opposing coaches 
were scared >titi thai he'd go in. Haywood Hargrove, 
a xcrj business-like brother, lias been advised i<> n<> In 
the l>i i\ c-ii-Yoin -.ell Business. 

We have some <>i '>m' alumni as facultj members, i»ut 
we don't brag about it and always steer clear of their 
c l assos . 

Having Sam Bplcer, the football captain i» going to 
do us a lot ol good during rush next year. 



Intellectual]] ('.') yours, 




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FRATRES in (.'hi I I (.in 

Class of IQ2Q 

t'« IWFORD . \l ll>, Ala. lli'M ( ,KI I S 

Edm is P. 'mi k . .Florals \ 5am Hart . . . 

I \' : ... Birmingham Via. I. C. Miller, Jk. . 

ITER QUARLES I 'roy, Ala. 



. Wehadkee, Ala. 

I loi .iii Via 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Hi i>mi\ Hicks 
\l. II. Killian 



Class "I /'. 
Enterprise, \ ( In beri Mi umrs 



. . rroy, Ala 
Birmingham, \ 



('. B. POWELI 

Fri n l't i \ \m 



I iih ndesboro, Ala. 

. Birmingham, \ i 

ima City, Ala. 



Edw \kd Andi 
Ci \i Di Eppi 
Comer II vrriss . 
Jack II irriss . 

Wll 1 I \M lllMU 



Class of 1'jll 
Spring* ille, Ala. \l \\ Hinson 



. Birmingham, \ 
. Birmingham, \ 
. Birmingham, V i. 

Clanton, \ 
II w wood Wool 1 I ■» 



Erkesi Kki ii . . . 
M wut 1 1 Lancaster 

Iih KH \M PA1 MER . 

Kt i ^ rOMI IN30N . 

M inte* alio, Ala. 



I lorala, Ala. 

Chicago, III 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. . . I utaw, Ala. 

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Ii i ins Abercrombii 

I'm his Ai i km 

JSROMI Kk<><>KS . 

1 1 mm: SON . . 

[AMES I iEORCI . 



Ci 

Birmingham, A Howard Haffner 



Carbon Mill. \ 

Birmingham, V 

. . Empire, \ 

Florala, \ 



David II \ki . 

fULES HOWELI . 
Ii DOl Mi BB VRD 

Lewis K.u • . \s 



Howard rHOMPSON .... bellamy, Ala. 






Birmingham, \ 
. . Florala, 
Midland cits . 
. . . Wilton, 
. Birmingham, \ 












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BlRMINCH \M, \i \i: KMA 



Dear Kill re Noil* Editor 

iinw mil' mi iron to Mik me to write .mil tell oui chaptei 
■ Iltlons. IVe in ii«-i i i 1 1 ii along except the land- 
lord wants us to pa] ilu' rent. 

The secret of our success I ■ «--. in our good-looking men. 

M.i\ Hinson, Fred Putnam, Elliott Bills and, pardon 
the personal reference, myself, are onlj .1 beginning. 

01 .ill the other frats '>u the campus we prefer the 
l'i Kappa llphas. 11 thej w i n agree, we are going ;<> 
have combined fral meetings. 

Mai Lancaster, noble brother, enlivens our frat 
meetings with some <>i 1 1 i ~- pet orations, nsuallj in Greek. 

One house Is nsed largel) to break (lie Journej rrom 
ilu- girls 1 dormltorj to the campus. The] never come in 
itui we u" i>ui and ait on the stone wall with them while 
thej rest. 

\\ c pledged fourteen and one-half men tlii^ rear and 
hope that the other half develops soon. 

Yours in ;i strain, 



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l>\\ I MM I Springs, \I.|. \1 RGAN Mobill \ i 

|ames Covvkn Bessemer, \ - I unt Pribsi . \ i 

Hon. is (i\KK\Ki> Birmingham, \ <>m\ Kim BirmingI 

Iimki Gravlbi Birmingham, Ala. lvt\ Sum . Bessemer, Ala 

Class "f i'. \ 

Shephard Bryan . Greenville, \ Floyd P> \k . Binning i \ 

Perri Claxon . Anniston Ala Mardis Howli Electi \ i 

Ci vi in Darwin Birmingham Ala. [ames l pshaw . . Birmingham, \ i 

Ralph Dismukes Birminghan 0. H. Westbri Gadsden, \ u 

Class "i igji 

Hi\k\ Haves . Jemison, Ala i <>kk . . Birmingham, \ i. 

1'kimw McGonegai Mobile, Ala. Omer Rim . . Birmingham \ 

William McMurra> . . Fairfield, Ala. John ITrquhari . . . Birmingham 

Charles McRae . Greenville, Ala. Luther Vines . . . Bess< mei \ i 

Class ■■! ig J2 

Norman Darden Goodwater, Ma. Marshai Roper . . Birmingham, 

\l issi > Doyli Birmingham, Ala. Charlie Si i i . Birmingham, 

Roberi Friesi Enslcy, \ < Grover Williams Montgomery \ i 

irles Kroelin'CER, Ik. . . Gadsden, Ala. Cari Vims . . . Birmingham, \ 

William Wm . . . Birmingham, Ala. 






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now \ki> COLLECI 
BlRMINCH Wl. \l IB Wl\ 



I tear Ruddlng Journalist i 

\\<- nr .i Scotchman's group, having more than one-hall 
ilir Macs <>n (lie campus. 

1'olltica] conditions have grown i>atl with ns since 

Mmi;. in Baker left. 

Our boya, especiall] the ><>|ihs, have ■ fondness for 
i Iding the rails to Montevallo. 

\\r*ll vine uiis-s si n« - «'il ami his i>i|n' when thej graduate. 

The pipe, il iml Si. 

Clarence Morgan made ns known in the sport world 
bj making the M Club. Mow. we couldn't say. 

Modest] prevents mj saying that we have s young 
author in our midst. 

Divided wi' stand ami unili'il we fall — from >ln-i'i 

surprise ii for no other reason. 

Hopefull] yours, 



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Sil\ ei .mil I Flower: Sweet Pea 
Fr \ i ki s in Collegio 

(,'lim ni itjjtj 

ii \\ . Caiki Safford, Ala. 1k\ Lowbr^ Birmingham, Ala. 

Vanci Iohkson Anniston, Ala. I \uki\ii Weeks. Anniston, Ala. 

('.las'' of /', . 

C, II. Blanton . Lafayette, Ala. [amis Varneli . . . Scottsboro, Ala. 

Iwiis ( . \kki ii . Birmingham, Ala. Ii ihik Vines . .... rhorsby, Ala. 

Ai i > \ Lindsei . Hi'.i/. Ala Raymond Walker . . Birmingham, Ala. 

I. \l. Sizemori . Birmingham, Ala. I. M, Wyers . Eldridge, Ala. 

Clare nci Young . • . Birmingham, Ala 

Class of hj J i 

Dewei Cox . Boaz, Ala. Edward Johnston . Birmingham, Ala. 

r Hackelburg, Ala. I. W. McLendon . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Gordon Hankins . Birmingham, Ala. Lemuei Strength . rallassee, Via 

Class of 1932 

R01 I'niiu 1 11 Fort Payne, Ala. James Grani . . Birmingham, Ala. 

W. II Crani . . . Birmingham, Ala. Morris Kellei Eldridge, Ala. 

I5ii 1 Garreti . . . Fort Payne, Ala. Elmer Webb . . Kansas, Ala. 
James Williams ... Birmingham, \ 



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HOWARD < "l I I 1. 1 
BlRMINCH \M, \l KB KtA 



I ><-.n I hi i c \ oua : 

liic main tiling ;iI»>ik do «<• are mi Intellectual. \\ <• 
.ill hrj ■<■ make i he hi nor poll 

We're all rushing new sweaters since < > Young Is 

Manager of the Band. I: In- has anything to do with 

ii next year ««• are going ii> blossom <>iu in c I ■ « - entire 
uniform. 

We are looking i > Gordon Hankin's motorcycle i > help 
iin in rushing, next year. 

\\ i- would have done better in fraternltj football if Vance 
Johnson hadn't gone to the wrong goal post for n touch- 

lll>\\ II. 

i \< ryone Is welcome at our house, and for the benefit 
of freshmen, (oining ■ frafl doesn'l cost a bit more 
than a boarding house. 

We arc new yel l>ui we »<t'ini inn representatives i<> 
Pan-Hellenic and ^<m one \< i<\ 

\ erj simplj \ ours, 




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. Hluc .mil White ' 

k \l'i\ ( II \ I " II R 

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- IRORI S in I. "I I I GIO 

Clasi "t i '>-'<) 

Margaret Bass . Birmingham, \ ■ Mary Scott Smith . Birminghan \ 

Maurini Gipson Albertvilli Via. Cassii Wilder . \ \\t 

\l \k\ Woooaij . Spi ii .. ■ V 

Class of /■, 

Flore nci Bass . Birmingham, Ala [osbphini Hunnicuti . . Birmingham 

l \ Byrd Beaslei . Birmingham, Ala. Marcarei McCi \ . . Birmingham, Ala. 

R \ Berri . Birmingham, Ala Marcarei D'Deli . Binning] in \ i 

Lucilli 11\kki» . Birmingham, Ala. Katherini Phillips Dora, Ala. 

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Virginia Bishop . . Birmingham Ala. Marcarei Holmes . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Paulini Graves Bangor, Ala. Mildred McAleer . Mobili \ i 

S\k\ High . Ashville, Ala Annii Laurii McKinlei . Birmingham, Ala, 

Pauline York . . Empire, A 

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Henrietta Armstrong Birmingham, \ Sadii Gai Graves Birmingham, Ala. 

^\k\ Bates. Birmingham, Ala. Elizabeth Senn . Vtlanta, Ga. 

Gertrudi Craic Bessemer, \ John Senn . . ... Birmingham, \ i 

Virginia Sharples . Birmingham Ala. 



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Mil l>KI D CiOLSAN . 



S IRORI S IN COLLEGIO 
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Birmingham, Ala. I i 12 ibi 1 .1 I iwson . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham Ala. 



El 1/ Mil IN LESLII 

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Birmingham, Ala 
Birmingham, \ l 1. 

Im in. Ala. 



S\K Ml II IRC ' A I 

Helen McNeii 



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. Birmingh im, Ala. 

Ei 1 \mik Si nut 1 11 . 



M mm Glenn Ki \ \ j '. Birmingham, Ala 

I a/mm Roberts. * Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Olivia Pri sum i . 

\l \k\ I l> 1 Kim R 

Asi Mm Robinson 
Doroi in Simps in 



Edith Ansi i ^ . 
Hazei Aw iki \ . 

I'm in CA1 DW1 1 1 . 
M IRGARI I CRANI 
VntGINl \ I \ INS 
Virgin 1 \ I indsi i \ 



Class of 1931 

Birmingham, Ala. Maurini Slaughter 

l ifayette, Ala. Edith Stocks . 

. Wetumpka, Ala M mo Wallaci 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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Ki i)i WlLBANKS . 



Class of iyj2 



Birmingham, Ala 

. . . Sic.:, \ 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Al 1. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala 



ll iikiJs v 1 Manlei . 

Mil I I K . . 

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H e lin Stocks . . 

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Birmingham, Ala. 

1 . idsden, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Gadsden, Ala. 



Birmingh im, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Wetumpka, \ 1. 

( . idsden, Ala 

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Nanci Elgin . 

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S >rori s i\ Colli gio 

Class of kjjij 

. . Fairfield, A Margarei Hanlin . . . Birminghan 

Chattai m I run. Margarei Hassler . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Summit, Ala. Awn Newman .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Mobile, .Mi Naomi \Viii>. Gadsden, Ala. 

K \ini h s W'kk.h i . . Blocton, Ala 



Athoi IN h Allen . 

l.nl 131 Bl 1 L3NYDER 

s\k\ Hoover . 



Class of to jo 

Birmingham, Ala. I hum I useter .... Enterpris 
Birmingham, Ala. Aucusta I'i m i . . . Birmingham, Ala 
Birmingham, Ala. Elizabeth Sanders Ensley, Ala. 



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Class of 1031 

Birmingham, Ala. bwirn Morgan Slocomb, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. I imiiink Oliver . . . Birminghan 

Birmingham, Ala. - kders. . Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala \I\k<, K. Waiters . Birmingham, Ala. 



Ouvi \ Ai 1 1 s . . . 
M \ry Moori Bus . 
Mari Frank Chappei 

Li mik \ 1>\\ i> . . . 
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Class of 1932 

Birmingham, Ala. Elizabeth Pim 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Marcarj 1 FrrzPATRicK 

(.Mil IX. I . 
I NOR (ill Ml K . 

Frances Moslev . . . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
I nsli v . Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Alx 



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Sigma Iota Chi 



Founded ;it St. James Xavier Academy, 1903 



Colors: Purple and Gold 



Flower: Violei 



Publication: "Parchment" 



Evelyn Giles 



Cm Chapter 

Established in iqjj. 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of TQ2Q 

Birmingham, Ala. Mertice Scofield 



Gadsden, Ala. 



Mildred Bledsoe . . 

Martha Darden . . 
Jewel Mosley . 
Mary Edna Palmer . 



Class of IQJO 
. Birmingham, Ala. Czarina Peterson; .... Gadsden, Ala. 

. Goodwater, Ala. Marjorie Priest .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham Ala. Sara Smith Eutaw, Ala. 

. . . Eutaw, Ala. Elizabeth Teague . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Ruth Cravlee . 

Elizabeth Jordan - . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Hazel Leveille ... Birmingham, Ala. 

Mayme Lowery Oneonta, Aia. 

Allen Orton Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1 OS 1 
Birmingham, Ala. Ruby Orion 



Effie Robinette . 
Olive Serover . . 
Louise Stapp . . 
Kathleen Taylor 



Birmingham, Ala. 
. Oneonta, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



(J lass of IQ32 

Helen Bosworth ' . Birmingham, Ala. Lou Salter. 

Mary Elizabeth Dixon . Birmingham, Ala. 



Tera Dell Williams . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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Dorothy Childress 



Irene Hacker . 
Martha Harris 



Louise Case . 
Frances Elliott . 
Ida Belle Hoi iam 
Hazel Kyle . . 



Anna Gantt . . 
Augustine Gunn 



Beta Phi AlpKa 

Founded :ii Universitj <>t California, 1909 

Flower: Yellow rea Rose 
Publication: "Aldebaran" 

Sigma Chapter 

Established in /ij-'S 
SORORES IX COLLEGIO 

Class of 1929 

. Birmingham, Ala. Sara Cunningham . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Margaret Pate .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of io JO 

Birmingham, Ala. Elspeth MacDonald . . Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. Vera Splawn . ... Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1931 

. . . Ensley, Ala. Nellie Manx Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. Ruth Ramsey Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. Margaret Smith .... Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. Clara Vail Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1QJ2 

Birmingham, Ala. Beatrace Newman . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. Sylvia Sisson Birmingham, Ala. 









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Founded at Transylvania College, Lexington, Ky., 1919 



Colors: Amethest, Turquoise and Sihii 



Floitier: Svveel Pea 



Alpha IM Chapter 

Established m 192Q 

Soror in Fact ltatf 
French ll.u \i:s 



Eva Clark . 
Iki me Godwin 



SORORES IX COLLEGIO 
Class of KJ-'O 
Birmingham, Ala. Sue Hawkins 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
Virginia Wittmeier 



Mattie Matthews 
. Birmingham, Al;i. 



Hay Minette, Ala. 
. . . Dallas, Ga. 



M\ K a Bringman . 
Anne Moore . 
Sarah Overby 



Class of IQJO 

Birmingham, Ala. Wii.da Sharp Birmingham, Ala. 

. . Gadsden, Ala. Willie Elizadeth Smith . Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. Sammie Yates Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of igji 

Ri in Bush Birmingham, Ala. Evelyn James . 

Ruth Ellis . .... Birmingham, Ala. Mary Mason . . 

Acnes WhitehouSE . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



. Gadsden, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Fannie Bess Crow . 
Margaret Crow . , 
Minnie Lee Miller . 



Class of igj2 

. . . Decatur, Ala. Tiieo Ross Huntsville, Ala. 

. . Decatur, Ala. Louise Smith Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. Louise Steen Birmingham, Ala. 

Myra Vinson Pratville, Ala. 



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Campus Capers 

When (/odd fellows </et together — United we stand — "Strike one/" — "Now I'll tell 
one." — "Is it a go?" — One of our fairest — Howard's Greatest Glee Club and 

Orchestra. 



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Eleanor Suddi th . 

John Will. Cav, Jk. 

Charlotte Burns . 
W. D. Man \soo . . 
foi Vaughn . . . . 



Most Popular Girl 
Most Sedate Senior 

Most Versatile Girl 
. . ■ Freshest Rat 

. . Wittiest Student 



El 1/ \r.i in 1 AWSON . 

Osci Ben n iv . 
Chester Oku fith . 
Sam Spicer . . . . 
Herbert E rHERiDGE 



■\i i ivi Anderson i , , 



Best All-Round Girl 

. . Beau Brummel 

. . Biggest Loafer 

- . Woman Hater 

. . . Biggest Pest 




WHO'S WHO 

Charlie Dobbins Most Popular Hoy John Minor Biggest Highbrow 

Charlie Dobbins Best .Ill-Round Boy Anne Moore Man Hater 

Margaret Bass Miss Personality Chester Quari.es Friendliest Student 

Professor BOHANNON Most Popular Profess,,, "Ox" Clark Huskiest Athlete 

Cobie Beli Most Versatile Hoy Crawford Reed . . Student With the Brightest Future 

Virginia Wilimlikk . . . Hardest Working Student Alfred Turnipseed .... Most Sophisticated Soph 




Through North Alabama 



All aboard foi Jasper "Wlui believes in signs, anyway?" 
Tuba.' Roberts "Blowing offi Steam" Ra< Hayes, holding the 
sack! Putnam and Cotton, nit- ace. high Vaughn says, 



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Speedway between Jasper and Hal. >\ ill. - Putting Justice 
before the Peace Scene ar Little Jerusalem. Cullman - 
"Hail, Hail, th UJ II- i —The Boss and the .Mas 



Charlotte, the Queen of the Show— "Watch out, the 

Director's peeping" i nl ling for the last tiiw "What's 

s,> funny?"— Birmingham Howard College Berrj Field, 




Howard s Gift to Southern 

College students are seldom accused of generosity, but the Howard ("kiss of 1929 has set a 
precedent. Their first benevolent gesture is shown in the large picture above,. 

The central figure is a large African, panther, seen as he strains his massive muscles in an 
effort to reach his captors, Charlie Dobbins and J. D. Farrington. The animal's ferocity is typical 
of the temper. displayed by Panthers in November when confronted by Bulldogs. 

The box upon which the great beast lashes himself in fury, is self-explanatory. 

Having heard that the Panther promised Birmingham-South rn by an African alumnus. 
was likely to arrive too late for the annual encounter with Howard, special arrangements 
were made by which it might reach the Overton institution in time. The plans worked without 
a hitch, and Dr. Guy E. Snavely, president of Birmingham-Southern, shown at the lower right, 
gratefully signed his name as the consignee of the valuable shipment. 

Since receiving the live panther, which is now used in place of the stuffed one, students on 
the Hilltop are happy. They say, with natural pride, "Howard will never dare to steal our 
panther now." 



I'l It I. I S II I l> \ I 

Tin: i:\ri:\si: OF 
o rHKKS 



Vol. I 



DORMITORY DRIFT 



INI. ( iNI \N1) ONLY 



i' i i i i ii i |i 

»\ III \l \ IK I III 

HPIHIT Mt»\ KN 



No. I 








The Retiring President 



FOREWORD 



It you can't take a joke, if you al- 
ways wear a chip on your shoulder, if 
you are sensitive and conceited — in 
short, if you are not a thorough good 
sport, we fear that our attempts have 
heen vain, and you are advised to stop 
right here, or there may be more work 
for the undertaker. 

Perhaps we have turned the blasting 
light of publicity on your weaknesses 
and mistakes; if so, profit by our labors 
and thank us for telling you what you 
are — not what you think you are. 

We wear daily a shirt of linked 
mail, pack a .45 on each hip and 
habitually use an Arkansas toothpick; 
so if you must have satisfaction — go 
to someone else! 



Stop! Look! Listen! Did you step 
on anything, see anything, hear any- 
thing? No? Well, it's safe. You can 
go on now. 



DOBBINS PASSES OUT 



Owing to his ineligibility to remain 
:is president oi the student b id} . 
Charles Gordon Dobbins, formerbj oi 
Camden, Ala., was allowed to pass 
out before a large assembh ol wit- 
nesses. 

Dobbins' ineligibility is due to the 
nearness ot his graduation which is 
to take place some time in June. 

Bascoin Woodward, oi Lineville, 
mounted the steps of power, and it 
was to him the lines of government 
were thrown and the kev to the treas- 
ury presented. 

Mr. Dobbins was complimented upon 
the wax in which he has managed race 
riots, plebian uprisings, and foreign 
affairs. 

Mr. Woodward, it is stated, has 
promised to do all in his power to put 
all classes on a paying basis, install 
radiators over the campus and furnish 
pledge buttons for the Pi Kappa Phi 
fraternity . 



'Tis better to have loved and lost, 
than never to have been at college at 
all. 



"And here is my diploma for Public 
Speaking," said Charlie Dobbins, try- 
ing for a job. 

"Very well, go into the other room 
and address these envelopes. 



Harold: "I've been trying to think 
tor a word for weeks and weeks." 
Hill: "Will months do?" 



Expenditures for the Average Stu- 
dent at Howard College 

Student Activities, $225; room rent, 
$8.93 ; tuition, $3.45; meals, use your 
roommate's meal ticket. 




With Prosperous Prospects 

Ah fad 



ERROR 



If, by any chance, whether accidently 
or purposely you have been missed by 
Dormitory Drift, the staff is sorry and 
hopes you get it hard next year. 



This section is published with the 
sole purpose of making as many peo- 
ple uncomfortable, as possible. 

We have only one apology to offer, 
and that is for the sin of omission. If 
we haven't insulted you, we're sorry, 
it can't be helped now. 

The stuff you read here is what got 
by the censors. You should have seen 
the rest of it. 

If we had been allowed to print the 
find of section we wanted to — well. 
cur intentions were anything but good. 



Marriage is a tragedy in one act. 
Many scenes follow. 



If you don't like The Dormitory 
Drift . . Tell us . . We don't care! 



Our chief desire in printing this sec- 
tion is to bring a ray of sunshine into 
the otherwise sordid existence of tin 
future radio salesmen and insurance 
men of the Class of 1929. 



THE DORMITORY DKII I 




The Dormitory Drift 



WKAKl.V PANG AND DISAPPOINT- 
MENT of Life at 

HOWARD 



Howard Beauties Are 
Selected 



Congratulations 



Staff 

Any number of contribs 
Board of Censors • 



Wanted 

FORTY-FIVE MEN— Apply Pi Kap- 
pa Phi. 



FAVORITES 

Adam got the apple— then he trav- 
eled. Noah got the ark — then he trav- 
eled. Napoleon got Waterloo — then he 
traveled. 1 got a notice from the 

1 )ean — 

Finis 



He called her his main support — she 
always stood him up. 



Dedicated to the Girls' Swimming 
md Riding Club. 

"Roses tiii' red, 
Violets are blue, 
I ride a horse, 
('<iii you sv>un .'" 



Dormitory Drift has just received a 
reply from Mr. Ben Turpin, the man 
who sees beauty from all angles, and 
who has selected our most beautiful. 
Following is Mr. Turpin's reply: 
Editor, Dormitory Drift, 

Inclosed you will find my selec- 
tions of the photographs, which yon so 
generously asked me to judge 

The following are my reasons for se- 
lecting these seven lovely pictures: 

i. Manaseo — For that tooth paste 
smile, and lovelj hair. 

2. Ellis — For swan-neck; protruding 
ears. 

;. Dunlap — Brilliant exes. 

4. Gay — For strength of shoulders; 
lovely mouth. 

5. McDonald — For quaintness. 

fi. deLaunay — Mischievous smile. 

7. McGonegal — Fair complexion, 
dimple-. 

Thanking you For the honor ol se- 
lecting your fairest, 1 remain. 

Your- truly, 

Hi \ l'l RPIN 



Organizations presenting winning 

nominees are: 

Manaseo — Eta Lotta Pi. 
Ellis — I Snappa Delta. 
Dunlap — Chickie Fly. 
Gay— Frj Mu. 

McDonald — Beta Stoppa Rho. 
deLr-unay — lota Chi. 
McGonegal — Omega XL 



From a Chicago Post. WHAT a 
sweet, old fashioned countrj Alabama 
i- Iln- people die natural deaths 



For The Love Lorn 

By Dorothea Drift 

Dear Miss Drift: 

All last year 1 went with a corn- 
fed sorrow from Iowa and at the end 
of the summer I found that -lie was 
the -on of girl who saves letters. What 
should I do? 

Cm \ki ik Thigpin 

lmpro\ e vour w riling. 



lie who laughs fust i- 



- a nuisance. 



A dictionary can tell you what Col- 
lege me. in-, but it's far more interesting About all some college girls learn i- 
10 find out tor yourself. the three 'Rah-.' 



HAHN 

ROOFING AND HEATING CO. 

WARM AIR HEATING 

AGENTS 

WEIR STEEL FURNACE 

1905-7 2nd Ave., S. Birmingham, Ala. 

Phone 7-1382 



POPULAR STYLES 
POPULAR PRICES 
POPULAR PLACE 

THE KLOTHES 
SHOPPE 

Upstairs 207 y 2 North 19th 

Fred Thelen, Manager 



When You Say it With 

Flowers 

Say it With Ours 



CO 



Altamont Flower 
Shop 

2831 Highland Avenue 



E. R. McDAVID. Chairman JOHN M. CORR, President 

FIDELITY LIFE 
INSURANCE COMPANY 

Home Office 

503-7 Watts Building 

BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



W. A. Berry Dr. J. Alto Ward 

Secretary-Treasurer Medical Director 



BIRMINGHAM ELECTRIC CO. 

Electricity — Gas — Street Railway 
Miller Coal and Transfer Company 

112 South 5 5th Place 
Dial 9-9793 

HIGH GRADE COAL AND COKE 

WE HAUL TRUNKS 
J. C. Miller. Jr.. Prop. 



E. B. VAN KEUREN 



INCORPORATED 



ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS 



407-10 Comer Building 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



Atlanta-Southern 
Dental College 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

Four-Year Course, leading to the 
D.D.S. Degree 

NEW COLLEGE BUILDINGS 

MODERN EQUIPMENT 

AMPLE CLINICAL EQUIPMENT 

LARGEST DENTAL COLLEGE IN 

THE SOUTHEAST 

DENTAL CLINIC OPEN THE 

ENTIRE CALENDAR YEAR 

Entrance Requirements die Year 
of College Work 

Session Opens October First 

For Catalogue and Information Write 
Dr. R. R. Byrnes, Executive Dean 



TRIANON 

Birmingham s Oldest 
Picture Theatre 

For sixteen years we have en- 
tertained Birmingham with 
the best in 

''PICTURES" 



We Deliver the Sportin 
Good Sportsmen 
Howard 


g Goods to 
at 


"HEUS" 

SMITH 




"TED" 

COTTRELL 

Play it Pays 


"HAM" 

STEPHENS 


3-3672 






316 North Sixteenth 



COMPLIMENTS 

Moss & McCormacK 

Steam 
Domestic Black sm it h 

COAL 



& 



1901-5 American Traders National 
Bank Building 

BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 

Phone 3-511! Postal 22 



25 Years 

of 

Faithful Service to 

Alabama Home 

Builders 



Th. 



J 



mison Liompanies 

Birmingham, Ala. 



BOOKKEEPING, CIVIL SERVICE 
SHORTHAND 

Alabama s Largest Business College 

Telephone 4-3306 
AN ACCREDITED BUSINESS COLLEGE 

ALVERSON 

BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 

Robert E. Alverson, President 

2019-2021 First Avenue 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Write or Call for Catalog — Day and Night Classes 

TYPEWRITING-SECRETARIAL 
HIGHER ACCOUNTING 




W. S. GILBERT 



A. D. SMITH 



GIRLS' DORMITORY 



BUILT BY 



W. S. GILBERT 



Built in Four Months' Time 



514 Warrior Road 



Phone 6-4022 




Choose the Profession of Business 

"The road to culture is along the economic route," says Paul Lomax, New York Uni- 
versity. 

"Business has 'mothered' the other professions; it ha; commercialized the idea of the 
inventor and made him the world's benefactor; it has capitalized the musician, the author, 
the artist and given them to humanity; it has brought the hospital to the afflicted, the 
library to those thirsting for knowledge, and necessities, comforts, and luxuries lo the home, 
offices, shops, and factories." 

Business training contributes lo success in any other profession. The rewards of business 
are certain. Its scope is without limit, and the field is so diversified that it satisfies varied 
types of ambition, abilities, and attainments. 

Supplement your college work with a thorough business training, and your education 
becomes an asset. Training offered by Wheeler Business College offers a direct route to 
remunerative employment. 

WHEELER BUSINESS COLLEGE 

1912-1922 First Avenue 
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



Wheeler Students Get the Best Positions 



FRATERNITY, COLLEGE 

AND 

CLASS JEWELRY 

COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS 
AND INVITATIONS 



J eiveler to the Senior Class of 
Howard College 



L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

MANUFACTURING 

JEWELERS AND STATIONERS 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



MISSION WINDOW 



WHERE 

Genuine Scholarship and Spirituality, 
World-wide Christian Fellowship, 
Natural Beauty and Architectural 
Charm, Evangelistic Fervor and Mis- 
sionary Zeal, Comprehensiveness of 
Curriculum, Progressive Orthodoxy 
and Love of Truth, and Practical 
Work and Pastoral Opportunity. 

Central and Accessible Location 

Bid Called — Men a Challenging Welcome 



THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL 

SEMINARY 




JOHN R. SAMPEY, Acting President 



LOUISVILLE. KY. 



FLOWERS 

FROM 

MONTGOMERY'S 

INCORPORATED 

Are Sure to Please You 

2005 Fifth Ave.. N. 3-2135 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Nestle Circuline Wave 

No belter Wave than the 
Circuline Wave 

Mrs. Dennerle 



2010 5th Ave. 



Dial 3-7560 



EASTWOOD PARK 

East Lake's Finest 
Residential Pari? 

Estes Real Estate 
Q? Insurance Co. 



Manor-Brooke 


Clothes 




For the College 


Man 






$35.00 and $40.00 




Od 


um Clothi 


ing 


Co. 




2023 Third Avt 


:nue 





Start now with a Savings Account, and you will receive the 
"Magic Hook". 1 lien come in frequently and deposit a 
small sum ol money. In a short time your little deposit 
hook will have become a talisman of great power. 

4/0 II becomes a means of wealth, security and independence. 

All that is necessary is that you do not spend all your 
money. Place it with this strong bank — a bank that de- 
J^a.VinP'S s ' res lo serve y° u as vour best friend. 

Come By ana See Us 

WAHOUMA SAVINGS BANK 

J. Clement Smith, President Hunter Armstronc, First Vice-President 

Horace C. WlLKERSON, Second Vice-President 
Jas. D. Dickson, Cashier Guy C. Allen, Assistant Cashier 



William L. Denham Geo. E. Denham 



Denham fe? Denham 

Architects 

1220-21-22 Comer Building 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



When you want hardware bad 


You want 


good Hardware 


Riddle 


Hardware 


Company 


7621 1st Ave. 


Phone 9-4929 



CAPS - GOWN - HOOD 
CHOIR ROBES 

n 
Paul A. Willsie 



205 S. 1 0th S.- 



Omaha, Neb. 



Commercial Printing 

Company 

Lithographers, Printers 

Rulers 
Blank Book Makers 

Phone 3-4285 1805-7 2nd Ave., S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



SOUTHWESTERN 
BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 



Fort Worth, Texas 
WANT I. 

Students — College men and women. Great groups are going out after 
two and three years, educated in mind with the great evangelistic spirits. 

WANT II. 

Gifts — large and small, from those who are able to make bequests to the 
Seminary. Such gifts will insure a life annuity to the giver and will live 
through eternity. 

WANT III. 

Prayers and Interest — of people everywhere. 

WRITE 

L. R. SCARBOROUGH, A.B., D.D., LL.D., President 



EQUIPMENT FOR YOUR 

PARTICULAR 

SPORT 

AT 
Your Sport Shop 

WARREN BROS. 
HARDWARE 

COMPANY 



COMPLIMENTS 

KAUL 

LUMBER 

CO. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



FOREMOST IN FASHION 
FAR MOST IN VALUE 

BLACH'S 

Apparel for 

Ladies, Gentlemen ana Boys 



HERTZ 

DRIV-UR-SELF 
STATIONS 

Compliments of 

Hertz Drivurself Stations 

2020 Fifth Ave.. Birmingham, Ala. 

118 Lee St., Montgomery, Ala. 

119 N. Royal St., Mobile, Ala. 

A full line of General Motors products 
at your service at all times. 

Thnnking you for pa;t patronage rnd hop- 
ing to take care of your needs with high- 
class six-cylind?r cars du-ing the 
year 1929. 



PATRONIZE THE 
STATE 

BAPTIST 
BOOKSTORE 

517 North 22nd Street 



BIBLES OR BOOKS 
OF ALL KINDS 



TEXT BOOKS 



LOVEMAN, JOSEPH & LOEB 

CLOTHES FOR COLLEGE 
MEN AND WOMEN 

Specialized in Fashions ana Price 



Tyl, 


zr Grocery Co. 




WHOLESALE 




GROCERS 


Tyler's 


Best Brands — Good Tilings 




to Eat 



LOOK 

College Theatre 

Under New Management 
House Remodeled 

We Bring the Best Pictures to 
Your Door 

Children. 10c; Adults. 20c 

Y. L. Senn, McnaSer 



STUDENTS WANTED 
1 ,000 Students with Long Hair 

APPLY AT 

TUCKER'S BARBER 
SHOP 

COLLEGE STATION 

12 So. 77th Street 



CENTRAL BILLIARD 
PARLOR 

Excellent Equipment and 
Service 

Bill" Hulgan & Tom Blake 

Proprietors 

1924 Fourth Avenue. North 
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



GULF STATES STEEL COMPANY 

General Offices, Brown-Marx Building 
B1RMINGJ l.\M. ALABAMA 

Manufacturers of 

BASIC OPEN HEARTH 

STEEL AND WIRE 
PRODUCTS 

Wire Nails and Staples, Bright An- 
nealed and Galvanized Wire 

Barbed Wire, Bale Ties, Steel 
Bars and 

Southern Field Fence 

Send for Catalogue 




Fi< 


shing 


for Business 




Qua) 


ity and Service 
Our Bait 


The 

COLLEGIAN LUNCH 




Wt 


Are Open Lale 


329 S. 


77th St 


J. W. Stone, Prop. 



Greenwood Cafe 


"The Best Place to Eat" 


"BRING YOUR BEST GIRL 


FOR DINNER" 



CAHEEN'S 

1924-1926 Second Avenue 
Birmingham, Alabama 



APPAREL FOR 

COLLEGE-GOING BOYS 

AND GIRLS 



The Cover for This Annual 
was created by 

Trie David J. Molloy 
Company 

2857 N. Western Avenue 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



INSURANCE 

Fire, Liability, Automobile, Surety Bonds, Accidents, 
Health, Burglary 

A. D. SMITH, HAMILTON fif GLOVER 

Insurance Agency 



205J/2 North Twenty-first Sticct 



BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 



Hudson 






Essex 


Super 






VlOTOR 


Six 






Cars 


PRYOR 


MOTOR 


CO. 




INCORPORATED 






Ph 


one 7-2171 




500 S. 21st 


St. 


Birmingham, Ala. 




When You Think of Drinks 
Think of 

BURCHFIELS 

We Have Everything in the Drug Line 

E. G. BURCHFIEL 

Phone 9-2103 
7639 First Avenue 



FOR 


YELLOW CABS 




Call 3-0101 




We hau 


1 Trunks and Baggage 




Call 7-1164 




Whitman- J en kins 


Cab 




Company 





CORNWELL-MARTIN DRUG CO. 

8000 Underwood Avenue 
Phone 9-1 189 

Headquarters for the Students 
Personal Service Prompt Delivery 



TURNER STUDIO COMPANY 

WISHES TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE COURTESY OF 

THE ENTRE NOUS STAFF 

IN SELECTING THEM AS 

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 

TWENTIETH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE 
Birmingham, Alabama 



FORBES 


Pianos, Players, Majestic 


Radios 


Phonograph Records 


All kinds of Musical Instruments 


and Sheet Music 


E. E. Forbes 


fe? Sons Piano Co. 


1923 Third Avenue 


Phone 3-0277 


BIRMINGHAM AND ANNISTON 



Beautiful Howard 
College Estates 

Most modern, exclusive and highly 

developed residential suburb in 

Eastern Birmingham 

(Adjoins Howard Campus) 

Hopson &? Cnm 

INCORPORATED 

General Agents 

2108 No. Fifth Avenue 

Phone 3-95 79 
BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 



GOOD FOOD IS OUR SPECIALTY 

East Lakes Largest 

ana Most Beautiful Eating 

Place 

TATE'S TAVERN 

(Robert Lee Tate — Class of 1916) 
Just Across the Campus From Howard College 



COMPLIMENTS 

American Traders 

National 

Bant 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

$ 



MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE 
SYSTEM 



COMPLIMENTS 

INDEPENDENT 
PRODUCE CO. 

DEALERS IN 

All Kinds of Fruit 

Produce, Poultry 

and Eggs 

2101 Morris Avenue 
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



COLLEGE ANNUALS 

CATALOGUES. BULLETINS 

PROGRAMS 

BIRMINGHAM 
PRINTING CO. 

Printers, Rulers, Binders and 
Loose Leaf Manufacturers 

Office and Plant 
Fifth Floor, Phoenix Bldg. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

FIRST 

NATIONAL 
BANK 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Tke 




Alabama B; 


iptist 


Published by 


he 


Alabama B 
State Conve 


aptist 
ntion 


L. L. GUALTNEV, 


Editor 


Price $2.00 Per Year 

To Churches Which Have 

the Budget Plan $1.50 



ALABAMA 
BY-PRODUCTS 
CORPORATION 

Manufacturers of 
ABC Domestic Coke 

For Sale by 

SMOKELESS FUEL 
COMPANY 

Phone 5-1546 
Col(e is the Ideal Domestic Fuel 



BANKHEAD- 

LELAND 

HOTEL 

Birmingham s 

Ixetvest ana Finest 

Hotel 

Conveniently Located 
Popular Prices 

A. B. CANSLER, Manager 



PANSY FOODS 

HAM 

BACON 

LARD 

SAUSAGE 

Quality 

Alabama Packing 
Company 



PICNIC TRIPS 



On a picnic for Iwo take a Saunders' 
Syslem coupe. For five, a sedan or tour- 
ing car costs less than rail fare. Go and 
come as you please, any time, anywhere. 



>aunders 



Syste 



m 



1703 2nd Ave.. N. 1917 5th Ave., N. 
BIRMINGHAM 



Howards Newest 
Drug Store 

We Are For You 

MARTIN'S 
PHARMACY 

7624 Second Avenue, South 
Phone 9-2117 

Fred Martin, Prop. 



MERITA 



BREAD, CAKES AND 
CRACKERS 



AMERICAN 
BAKERIES CO. 



"BRAEBURN" 

Would make Phi Beta Kappa if 

smartness and leadership could do 

for cloth what they do for a 

"University Man" 

Braebuin Styles plus our fashion- 
dictated clothing accessories give 
you an "A" in appearance 



ODUM BOWERS 
6? WHITE 

Headquarters {or the Latest 
in Clothes 



Albert Lee Smith 



GENERAL AGENT FOR 
ALABAMA 



Jefferson 

Standard Life 

Insurance Company 

AGENTS WANTED 

401-2-3-4 Comer Bldc. 
BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 



If you wish Coffee and Tea 
in your home that 



is 



"Just a little better" 



BUY 



DIXIE CLUB 

COFFEE and TEA 

From Your Grocer 



THE 
ALABAMA 

Finest in the Entire 
South 



Offering the Very Best in Motion 

Picture Entertainment 

"Plus" 

Publix Stage Shows 

THE LAST WORD IN 
ENTERTAINMENT 



SELL 

YOURSELF 

WITH 

GOOD CLOTHES 



LOUIS SAKS 



RITZ THEATRE 

On Birmingham's Broadway 

Keith s Big-Time 
Vaudeville 

Fox Feature Photoplays 
Movietone 

Joe Bells Band 



GO TO THE RITZ THIS 
WEEK 



Mentone Springs Hotel will 

Open for Summer Guests 

July 1st 

New Road Open to Travel from Valley 
Head to Hotel 

60 Rooms with Hot and Cold 
Running Water 

MAKE RESERVATIONS 
EARLY 

MENTONE 
SPRINGS CO. 

OFFICE 

204 Lincoln Life Bldc. 
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



GRAY SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 

Golf Accessories — Sport Clothing 

Fishing Tackle, Guns and 

Ammunition 

Cutlery, Bicycles, Athletic 
Equipment 



103 North Twentieth Street 



Birmingham, Alabama 



6% Paid on Savings 
Accounts 

Our New Monthly Loan Plan: 

$10.00 per Month per $1,000 

Borrowed on New and Select 

Homes 

Anchor Building and 
Loan Company 

STRAIGHT LOANS 

3 or 5 Years, Made for 50-60 Per 

Cent of Our Appraised Value of 

Property; Money Immediately 

Available for Any Size 

Loans 

Wofford Bond and 
Mortgage Co. 



2027 Third Ave. 



Tel. 3-3420 



Have Your Diplomas Framed 

AT 

Hynds-Upsnaw 

Dealers in High Grade 

Paints, Varnishes, Wall 
Paper and Brushes 

Hynds-Upsnaw 
Paint &? Glass Co. 

2118 2nd Avenue 

Phones 3-1982, 3-6049 



Dispensers of True Southern Hospitality 



Birmingham 's Most Distinguished 
Hotel 



a 



THE TUTWILER" 

Coleman J. Hudson. Manager 



Direction: DINKLER HOTELS COMPANY. Inc. 



CARLING L. DlNKLER. President 



Birmingham Linen 
Supply Company 

620 South 2 3rd Street 
BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 

Why Buy 

Rent Towels and Linen 



Shropshire-Daniel 
Grocery Company 

Five Points 

BIRMINBHAM. ALABAMA 

h'o'h'ng but good things to eat 

Exclusive Agents for CLAPP'S Baby 

Soup and Strained Vegetables 

Phones 7-2106. 7-2107. 7-2108 and 
7-2109 



COMPLIMENTS 

FADELYS DRUG 
STORES 

First Avenue. 62nd Street 
First Avenue. 68th Street 



Compliments 



of 



CITY PAPER 
COMPANY 




pother set 



YOU get quick 
energy from 
our Bottled Car- 
bonated Bever- 
ages. They are 
as delightfully 
refreshing as a 
breeze wafted 
from an ocean 
wave. «* - Treat 
yourself often to 
their wholesome 
goodness. 

BIRMINGHAM 

BOTTLERS 
ASSOCIATION 



/ I (arbonated 




Careful Buyers are 
Our Best Customers 

in these days of sporl model aul ibllea 

and high priced coal and eggs, plain raets 
"i Bavlng on the diamond price tag maki 
pleasing conversation. Polks who listen to 
smooth sales talk but keep one eye on the 
price tag ; 1 1 1 • l the other on quality make few 
mistakes. The story "i our big diamond Is 
a story of saving price tags. 

•.'17 N. I Mil Slr.-.l 

<sJe\OeCry Gompany 



.Cash iir Cri'ilil 



'WHAT YOU BUY WE 
STAND BY" 

Counts Brothers 

Furniture and Sewing 

Machine Company 

2209 2nd Avenue 
NEW HOME DEALERS 



BUY ON OUR NEW CLUB PLAN 
AND SAVE MONEY 



Howard College 

CLASS 4 A ,f STANDARD COLLEGE 
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 

Owned and Controlled By 
THE BAPTISTS OF ALABAMA 



In choosing a college the graduate of the high school 
naturally prefers to go to an institution that is alive and pro- 
gressive. Howard College is growing steadily every year in 
numbers and influence. This is due to the character of the 
college life and to the splendid instruction offered in the 
class rooms. 

Howard College Prides Itself on Being One of 

the Best Institutions for Higher Education in 

This Section of the South 



For Catalogue and Other Information Address 

JOHN C. DAWSON. Ph.D.. LL.D. 

President 



Birmingham, Alabama 




HERE AND THERE 

Stents in Tigerland . . . Osce and the struttin' band. Campus cut-ups of the fresh- 
men . . . Rats Gary and Haynes on duty. Santa Clans (Dr. Acton) at the faculty 
Xnias party. "The Vagabond King" and his cohorts. Favorite faces — Mother Har- 
ris — "fish." 



RUHAMA BAPTIST CHURCH 

( The College Church) 

Ruhama is the Howard College Church. Most of the faculty 
and boarding students attend Ruhama. For forty years she has been 
the church home for Howard College students and is loved by the 
alumni everywhere. The church has a beautiful, new. and adequate 
building and up-to-date facilities for worship. Sunday School. 
B.Y.P.U. and social life. The pastor is an alumnus of Howard 
College and understands student problems. A most cordial wel- 
come awaits you at the worship services, the Young People's De- 
partment of the Sunday School, the B.Y.P.U. Department, the 
mid-week services and the social functions. 

"Howard Students Feel Perfectly at Home at Ruhama" 

J. C. STIVENDER, A.M., D.D., Th.D. 

Pastor 



E. L. HUEY 

FURNITURE 

COMPANY 

1919 3rd Avenue 



BESSEMER. ALABAMA 



W. C. Barbour J. H. Karr 

"Dependable Service" 

Nu-Way Plumbing Co. 

Hot Water. Heating. Pipe Fitting. 
Contracting and Repairing 

Phone 35 14 

7400 First Avenue. Birmingham. Ala. 



KAUFMANS 

Women and Misses Readv-to-Wear 

and Furs 

2 1 i north 1 qth Street 



Home Cooking 

TAYLOR'S CAFE 

College Station 



WE SELL 



ROLLER CHAMPION 

The Flour the Best 
Cooks Use! 



YOU JUST KNOW SHE MADE IT 



WITH 



ROLLER CHAMPION 



The Flour the Best Cooks Use 



ALABAMA BUS 
COMPANY 

Operating Between 

B'ham-Gadsden-Chattanooga 
B'ham-Montgomery-Dothan 

B'ham-Selma-Mobile 
Montgomery-Selma-Meridian 

Have Connections to All 
Important Cities 

Phone Us for Rates on Special 
Trips 

Terminal 2112 Fifth Avenue 
Phone 3-3930 — 7-4761 





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Galax Theatre 

Another Publix Show 

"Featuring the Best Pictures of 
the Day" 

At the Most Reasonable Prices 





NEAL'S 


PLACE 




Right 


Near the Coll 
to Serve the 


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College 


Always Want 
Trade 


A Good Barber 


and a 


Nice 


Place 




Come in 


to See 


Me 





CALL ON TITLE REALTY CO. 

For Sales and Rentals 

Jeff Bell Lawler Watson 

822 Bankers Bond Bldg. 



Subway Parlor Co. 

The Most Exclusive Billiard 
Parlor in Birmingham 

BILLIARDS AND POCKET 
BILLIARDS 

Brown-Marx Subway 
Brown-Marx Bldg. 

20th St. at 1st Ave. 

W. L. JACKSON. Proprietor 



WEBB BOOK CO. 

"The Big Book Store" 

Conserve Your Best in Every Way 

College Text Books and Supplies 

Very Large Stocks in Every Line 

Get Your Needs at This Place and Save 

2014 2nd Ave.. N. 

Birmingham. Alabama 



Byrum Hardware 
Company 

INCORPORATED 

Builders and Shelf Hard- 
ware, Sash, Doors, Plate, 
Art and Window Glass 

Ensley. Alabama 



THE EMPIRE 

HOME OF 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Pictures 

We present only the best pictures, 
both in sound and talkies available. 
Always a good comedy and other short 



Earle Brothers 

Wholesale Grocers 

Gold Bar Fruits and 
Vegetables 

Birmingham. Alabama 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

A FRIEND 



HOWARD COLLEGE 

TEXT BOOKS AND 

COOK BOOKS 



PENNANTS. BANNERS 

STATIONERY 

NOVEL I II S 



DUCK INN 

THE STUDENTS HANG-OUT 

Where College Tastes Predominate 

GOOD CHECKS CASHED CHEERFULLY 



"When Hungry or Thirsty Just Visit Us" 



EXAMINATION BLANKS 
ADVICE TO FRESHMEN 



EVERYTHING THAT 
COLLEGE STUDENTS NEED 



BILL BAIN. Proprietor 



VISIT THE 

STRAND 
THEATRE 



Birmingham's Most 

Popular Movie 

Theatre 



LEARN TO SAVE 
REGULARLY! 

That's An Education 
in Itself 

Start a Savings Account 
With Us 

Jefferson County 

Building and 

Loan Assn* 

Jackson Bldg. 
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



BIRMINGHAM 

CLAY PRODUCTS 

COMPANY 



FACE BRICK 






1025 Woodward Bldg. 



BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



While building an interest 
bearing account here you are 
building your success, and we 
are always ready to work along 
with you. Keep your account 
growing. 



Whtrt Personal Service Means 

Satisfaction 



Security Trust and 
Savings Bank 

NORTH BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 



The 

Southside Baptist 
Church 

Joins the hosts of friends and 
well-wishers of Howard Col- 
lege in congratulating the board, 
faculty, and students upon 
the splendid record the college 
is making and wishes for this 
great institution, ever increasing 
prosperity and usefulness. 

All Howard College Folk re- 
ceive a special welcome at South- 
side Church. 

J. E. DlLLARD. Pastor 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

BARNETT 

LUMBER 

COMPANY 






COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



Howard College 
Glee Club 



SEE- 
ROBERT LOWRY 

FOR 

PRINTING 

Programs, Catalogues 

Fraternity 

Petitions, etc. 

"We Know How" 



Complete Your College Education Through 
Our Scholarship Plan 

Six weeks real effort during your summer vacation will 
earn sufficient funds for one year's expenees at college. 
Several Howard boys did this last summer through work 
in our Educational Department. 

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT 

Banker's Credit Life Insurance Co. 

Banker's Life Bldg. BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 



Smoke and Soot Can Be Vanished 

HEAT YOUR HOME WITH 

SEMET-SOLVAY COKE 

PHONE 

ADAMS, ROWE AND NORMAN 

3-4151 
FOR NAMES OF AUTHORIZED DEALERS 



COMPLIMENTS 


Carter-Wooc 


Agency Co. 


General Agents 


American Security i m 


INSURANC 


e Company 


Red Carter 


E. A. 


Carter 


H. B. 


Wood 


Wm. H. 


Bancroft 


L. C. 


Helm 


C. C. 


Bridges 


Dr. J. A. 


Hendricks 


D. H. 


Clark 



The 

Chas. H. Elliott Co. 

The Largest College Engraving House 
in (he World 

Commencement 

Invitations 

Class Day Programs 

Class Pins and 

Rings 

Djnce Programs and Invitations 

Menus 

Leather Dance Cases and Novelties 

Fratcrnitv and Class Stationery 

School Catalogues and Illustrations 

Wedding Invitations 

Calling Cards 

17th St. and Lehigh Avenue 
PHILADELPHIA 



Howard's Right 

— and How! 

-TUCK" at 

Tucker's Barber Shop is back of 
you both on the gridiron or off. He 
also offers you the very best barber 
service. 

Tucker's Barber Shop 



12 S. 77th St. 



College Station 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

Woodlawn Mattress 
Company 



PIKE AVENUE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Invites you to worship with them. A 
most cordial welcome awaits Howard 
students. 

Rev. Theo. Harris. Pastor 



AUTO RENTAL CO. 

Station 2 

NEW CARS FOR HIRE 
Special Rates for Long Trips 

"Ride With a Smile for a Feu: Cents 
a Mile" 



20 N. 77th St. 



Phone 9-J364 



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